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Discussion in 'Suspension' started by buxton, Oct 29, 2009.

  1. buxton

    buxton [OP] Active Member

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    31x10.50 bfg mud terrains
    whats the cheapest way to lift a 2000 tacoma 3 inches that isnt a body lift and is not made of the worst quality
     
  2. texasbowhunter

    texasbowhunter Third Coast

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    The cheapest way is to use spacers but it will not ride well. If I were you I would lift it with 5100 shocks and an AAL in the rear if your on a budget. Just use the search option and you should be able to find all the info you need. Hope this helps.
     
  3. buxton

    buxton [OP] Active Member

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    will i be able to fit 33's i really want the bfg km2 305/70 with xd 17 inch hoss rims
     
  4. BigBawlzTaco

    BigBawlzTaco Wanna know how I got these scars?

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    I dont know bout 305, you're gonna run

    try 285's instead and trim just a wee bit.
     
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