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Discussion in 'Suspension' started by ermie damico, May 4, 2008.

  1. ermie damico

    ermie damico [OP] New Member

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    08 tacoma sr5
    I was looking into a leveling kit. Or should I put a 3"lift in instead. First time owner of a toyota,looking for some help.
     
  2. 06BLUEDBLSPORT

    06BLUEDBLSPORT Well-Known Member

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    Lubbock Texas
    Vehicle:
    12 Tundra DC SR5 4x4 5.7L
    True Dual Flowmaster 40 Series exhaust, Volant CAI, HIDs, Raptor series Side Steps, Weathertech Floorliners, OME 613 Shocks and Coils with Diff Drop, Rear Bilstein 5100 Shocks, ToyTec AAL, Fearless Fabrication Front Bumper
    Toytec lifts, they are cheap but great, im going to get one, u can get a 3inch lift for like 220 dollars
     
  3. missileman125fw

    missileman125fw Well-Known Member

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    Welcome to TacomaWorld!
     
  4. jdsouthpaw

    jdsouthpaw Crazee Member

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    Arizona
    Vehicle:
    Tacoma TRD Pre-Runner
    3" lift, Pro Comp 1079 wheels, 33" mud terrains, NFAB pre-runner bar, KC lights, Flowmaster Super 44, AEM air intake
    Extreme Truck Toys makes a 3" billet aluminum spacer with a Pro-Comp AAL for about $180 shipped.
     
  5. zmtnbik

    zmtnbik FMLYHM

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    Vehicle:
    4x4 Trd Off-road
    Donahoe (Icon) C/O, TC UCA's, Dakar leafs, BilStein 5125's, 285/70/17 BFG MT KM2's, Raceline Renegade 17x9's, u-bolt flip kit, debadged, TRD CAI, TRD exhaust, URD MAF controller, 20% front window tint, 3M clear bra on bumper, cam locks in all storage compartments, fog light mod, Alpine X100 deck, Co
    Fro $2650 you can do it right

    Icon C/O's - $1050
    TC UCA's - $650
    Dakar's - $400
    BilStein 5100 rears - $150
    TWDS - $350
    SS brake lines - $60

    Installation will be extra, unless you do it yourself.
    Then you can throw in wheels and tires - $1000
    As you can see the sky is the limit and there are numerous options out there.:D
     
  6. luni

    luni Resident Gun-toting Hippie

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    Burt's Mustache
    Ft Bragg, NC
    Vehicle:
    TRD OR
    Icon c/os, TSB 4 leaf pack, Unbreakable Fab tube winch bumper, Mile Marker SEC12000, Roadless Gear winch control panel, Bud Built skids, URD Pipe Bomb Y pipe, snorkeled rear diff breather, no carpet
    Nice kit. But you neglected to mention the $2000 in trail armor that shortly follows it after you take your new flexy suspension in the woods and bump stuff.

    I have a problem :(
     
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