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advice on my lift please???? I just want to get it right

Discussion in '1st Gen. Tacomas (1995-2004)' started by lonniea, Feb 10, 2012.

  1. Feb 10, 2012 at 1:25 AM

    lonniea [OP] Well-Known Member

    Aug 25, 2011
    First Name:
    Monroe LA
    02 tacoma dc sr5
    add a leaf and uninstalled for rebuild fabtech coilover set at 3 inch foglight mod keyless entry deckplate soon leer shell
    I have an old spacer lift that is in between the spring and shock (rubber block) i think a 3 inch and in the rear is a single add a leaf 1.5? and bought a diff drop I can not remember what kind of lift it was on ebay back in 06

    running 285/75 r16 bfg all terrians with stock rims with some rubbing on frame do those measurement sound right for 3 in front and 1.5 in rear ?

    I'm installing the old fabtech fts 2100's (JUST A STEPPING STONE TO BETTER COILOVERS) and was wanting to up grade my rear end but really can't afford a new leaf pack what would be an improvement to the rear ? I saw the three leaf used on the market place is that better?

    I'm doing the u bolt flip, weld on shock mounts, 5150 blisteins, brake valve pro. from bamf, also stainless brake lines, all around what else should I do without having to buy a leaf pack or what is a good leaf pack on a budget? I wish i lived in cali so i could get one used from one of you on here but thats not the case

    Also got the calipers and rotors S13WE off a tundra and was wanting to know what backspace exactly? The forum says 4 or 4.5 which one? would they fit stock rims? with wheel spacers and how big would i need

    Are there any other company's besides wheelers that make steelies that don't have fitment problems with calipers?
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