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Best 6" Lift to Buy.

Discussion in 'Suspension' started by caglezxj, Jul 28, 2007.

  1. caglezxj

    caglezxj [OP] Well-Known Member

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    I wanted to know what is the best brand 6" lift for an 07 tacoma?
     
  2. MarkC

    MarkC Carolina Alliance: Warheads On Foreheads Division

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    2 inch spacer in the front, and homemade add a leaf in the rear, billet grille, bull bar
    fabtech- in my opinion
     
  3. brant_trd

    brant_trd Well-Known Member

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    Black Headlight Mod, Nightshaded Taillights, Grillcraft Speed Grille, Revtec 3 inch leveling lift kit, 2-tone Coverking seatcovers, TRD intake and exhaust, back cats removed, secondary air filter removed, custom TRD stripes down the sides of tacoma, debadged, and H.I.D. 10,000 degrees headlights and foglights
    definitely fabtech, they have the best quality and experience.
     
  4. bowzerdoo77

    bowzerdoo77 U.S.M.C.

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    6 inch pro comp lift, Nerf Bars Pro Comp Skid Plates.
    yep they said it Fabtech is it :D :D
     
  5. jagwar

    jagwar Member

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    what's the different with pro comp and fabtech?
     
  6. brant_trd

    brant_trd Well-Known Member

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    Fabtech you get mondo huge cross members, pro comps look kinda rinky dinky.
     
  7. Nitro_rc

    Nitro_rc Active Member

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    I've been reading their install instructions and both requires you to cut the cross menbor. Not sure if I want to hurt my baby like that...:(
     
  8. vivafire

    vivafire Well-Known Member

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    Add N-Fab side steps-debaged,cat-back exhaust from MagnaFlow and a Stage 2 intake system from AFE
    ? I was thinking about putting a 6" lift on my truck too ,but was wondering about the trucks computer. Would I have to take it to somebody to reconfigure it for the height and bigger tires?:confused:
     
  9. allrsdup

    allrsdup Well-Known Member

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    any lift kit that size requires cutting the cross member and that goes for most trucks. it is to make room for the front differential to be lowered in its new position.
     
  10. allrsdup

    allrsdup Well-Known Member

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    procomp and fabtech both make fine quality kits. you'll be just as strong as factory with either kit. and the procomp is a little cheaper.
     
  11. cooter257

    cooter257 New Member

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    stay fabtech and by the dirtlogics only way to go
     
  12. AZsurfer13

    AZsurfer13 Well-Known Member

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    Total Chaos 3" Coil Over and Control Arms, 15" American Racing Mojave's, 31" BFG A/T, Doug Thorley Ceramic Coated Header, Magnaflow Cat Back Exhaust, AFE Stage 2 Cold Air Intake, 20% Tint. (All work done by SDHQ Offroad, www.sdhqoffroad.com)
    Personally I would go with either Donahoe or camberg. They have great lifts, It is also all bolt on so you could do it yourself. 6" lifts are overkill in my book. Get a 3" Coil over system and you will not be disappointed. You can find either lifts at www.sdhqoffroad.com, They did all the work on my truck.
     
  13. A1CGuches

    A1CGuches Oregon Alliance: Founder

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    Custom snorkel/intake, 6" lift, 35X12.5 mt's, flowmaster 40 seriers, performance clutch, custom skid plate, grille, everything is black on green, rotrex supercharger, 7th injector kit, urd short throw shifter, thorely header, kks speed limit defender...and more to come
    Fab Tech performance lift
     
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