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Good Lift for 97 Tacoma

Discussion in 'New Members' started by 97Grasshopper, May 6, 2012.

  1. May 6, 2012 at 9:19 PM
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    97Grasshopper

    97Grasshopper [OP] New Member

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    Jonathan
    Ukiah
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    1997 3.4L 4x4 Automatic
    40 Series Flowmaster, K&N Air intake,2 100 watt off road KC lights, custom fabricated headache rack,Bighorn Maxxis off road tires (31x10.50R15LT), 500 watt amplifier and 600 watt Pyle 10" Sub
    I have a 97 Tacoma 4x4 3.4L v6, and I just got off road tires, 31x10.50R15. I want to get a moderate lift. I just got 31's, so I don't want to get a lift that will require bigger tires. Something like a 2.5, or 3 inch. I definitely have a budget, something near $350 or $400. What is the best lift to get for that money? hopefully installed too.
     
  2. May 6, 2012 at 9:25 PM
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    cshade

    cshade Well-Known Member

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    cameron
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    i have the toytec 3 with spacers in the front and aal in the rear. Definitely would recommend going with a better front lift option but i dont mind mine at all. And i beat/wheel the crap out of mine. I think the complete lift is like 275ish and its pretty easy to install other than needing a spring compressor.

    heres it with 31's
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