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Fabtech, ProComp 6" lift or more. Pictures

Discussion in 'Suspension' started by toku58, Jul 2, 2009.

  1. Xer0 SiN

    Xer0 SiN Well-Known Member

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    this and that...
    ended up taking off these 285s off my old setup since there was only a couple hundred miles on them. slight stretch. good thing i never went with the 16x12 mickeys >=).

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  2. Warputer

    Warputer Dirt Road Inspector

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    How many more inches will those give ya?
     
  3. Warputer

    Warputer Dirt Road Inspector

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    Looking good !
     
  5. Warputer

    Warputer Dirt Road Inspector

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    Enough modifications to piss the wife off!!
    Thinking about removing my plastic flares & cutting some more metal off around the tires.....kind of like a few on here have done.
     
  6. Blacktacoma23

    Blacktacoma23 The Dank Tank

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    No idea. just a lot less pre load
     
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    ^^What shocks ya going with matt....5100's?
     
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    iJonny TACOMA, If I wanted a HUMMER I'd call your mom.

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    Im doing this when I install a new front bumper
     
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    LOL!
    yea my 5100s with Resi's;)



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    6" Fabtech Lift, 35" Fierce M/T 17" Eagle Alloy Sim bead locks DVD head unit Headrest Monitors PS2
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    tested out my new wheels and tires with some serious on-roading!

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    Thanks for answering my questions the last few months. Went with Toyo Open Country AT2s in 35x12.5, and they are fantastic in the first 24 hours.
     
  12. iJonny

    iJonny TACOMA, If I wanted a HUMMER I'd call your mom.

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    Those look awesome man! Is this your first set of 35s?
     
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    Thanks, these replace 315/70r17 ProComp MT2s, so they're roughly the same size. The Toyo's are a pretty aggressive All-Terrain tire, but they are noticeably smoother and quieter.
     
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    Northern, Foothills of the Sierra Nevada's to be more specific. Took a ride up to 5000-6000 ft today to take some pics. About 20 degrees cooler up in the trees :rolleyes:.
     
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    Truck looks kickass BeePee! Really liking the wheel/tire combo!
     
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    Not sure if youve been off road yet or just have done some serious curb crawling :D
    But are you geared any dif then stock? If not how is the acceleration in 2wd vs 4wd (both hi & low) do you have any rubs?

    Thanks, im still on the fence about what size tire in the at2 to go with. The price difference for those 35s is around 60$ a tire from the 285x75r17. Its a big diference when I need 5, possibly need a re gear and cut for clearance.
     
  17. BeePee

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    ^ I bought the truck pre-owned with the stage 1 ProComp already installed. I still learn something new everyday about what was done before I got it. That being said, I dont know if the previous owner changed gears or not. If I had to guess, they are probably stock.

    And I have nothing to compare it to, not sure if the truck accelerates normal or is bogged down at all, as I wasn't able to experience the before and after (if there was one). All I can compare are the tires and it drives the same as the last set, in terms of throttle response. These ATs are just much smoother and quieter.

    Sorry, not much help.
     
  18. iJonny

    iJonny TACOMA, If I wanted a HUMMER I'd call your mom.

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    No worries man, thanks for the response. Looking at your build I see there is a lot done to remove most of the PC lift and replace with better, more functional parts. Youve done very well so far and I hope you actually use it the way you have built it :D
    I purchased mine full mall crawler as well and have been working hard to remove that.
    If everything goes as planned next month I will be sinking a few g`s to do a lot of the same mods you have.. and then some.
     
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    nice looks good. Are those 33x12.5?
     
  20. dpK9

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    what size tires are those? i'm lookin to lift mine 6" but kinda iffy on how my 285 70 17 duratracs will look until bigger ones are needed.
     
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