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5 lugger lift ?

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas' started by will corbitt, Jun 13, 2008.

  1. will corbitt

    will corbitt [OP] Huntman99

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    Hey Guys, I'm wanting to lift my 08 5 lugger, anyone got pics of a 2nd Gen lifted 5 lug. I don't want to go to wild, just looking to match up with stock prerunner's. Any pics or advice would be greatly appreciated.
     
  2. silver07taco

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    Toy4Life 668: The Neighbor of the Beast

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    Unless you wanted a 2.7 with the automatic trans, you would have been better off just getting the PreRunner, since at around $900.00 more retail it would have been cheaper since new wheels and tires plus lift components/labor will cost as much or more, plus you will have the smaller brakes. Since you already have it, read the post that is still on the same page from someone who has just done such. His looks good, and appears to be a good safe, and well engineered mild lift.

    Edit: I type way to slow; I see a post ~12 hours old without a response, and by the time I finish 2 others beat me. silver07taco and Toy4Life are pointing out the correct most current post with pics.
     
  5. will corbitt

    will corbitt [OP] Huntman99

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    Thanks for the posts. Those pictures really helped (silver07taco)thats about the stance I'm after. I think I might go with a wider wheel probably a 15 x 8. I will try to post some pictures soon.
     
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