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2017 Tacoma Lift

Discussion in '3rd Gen. Tacomas (2016+)' started by Rustytaco71, Dec 8, 2017.

  1. Dec 8, 2017 at 9:59 AM
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    Rustytaco71

    Rustytaco71 [OP] Well-Known Member

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    First Name:
    John
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    2018 4Runner
    Hey Guys,

    Noob question here.
    Going into the tire shop next week to get some new tires finally and some wheels. I’m hoping to run 275/70/17 KO2’s on there. I have a TRD Sport DCLB, and I know 275/70/17 would be a stretch in stock suspension. I will be getting the Toytec Boss lift eventually, but being Christmas and such funds don’t meet the the price along with new tires for winter and wheels (stock are God awful). I’ve been looking at getting something temporary while still being able to run a big enough tire that will look good once I am able to get the Toytec lift. I’ve been thinking about doing a 1” Revtek spacer lift up front and putting a 1” block in the rear to clear the tires. My question was, will this actually clear the tires and in someone’s experienced and knowledgeable opinion, does lifting both ends work in terms in functionality etc?
    Not looking to off-road yet, just give it a little lift to run a big enough tire while I save up for the other Toytec kit. Also wanting to maintain rake and that is why I am doing 1” on both ends.
    Thanks guys!
     

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