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Just Ordered Readylift Lift Kit!

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas (2005-2015)' started by billas333, Nov 21, 2008.

  1. Nov 21, 2008 at 4:52 PM
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    billas333

    billas333 [OP] They Still Love To Hate Me! - T.O.

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    Mods so far: Tube steps from toyota, Bed extender from toyota, Spare Tire lock, Sound System Makeover, Tacoma All-Weather heavy duty rubber floor mats. Rear TSB, Icon Coilovers w/ TC UCA's and 3inch rear block with rear 5100 bilstein shocks, Black Headlights, Grillcraft black grill, Devil Horns from Andres, Black Headlights, Chrome Liquid Metal Gatlins Wheels, 285/70R17 Nitto Tera Grapplers, Wet Okole Seat Covers! Seat Belt Chime Mod, Flowmaster 50 series dual exhaust, Debadged tailgate, TRD Decals, HID hi/low + fogs.
    Woohoooo...

    I have had my truck almost a year now and I am finally moving onto doing mods on the exterior! Got the sound system hooked up first.

    Just ordered the readylift 3" lift kit with 1" rear blocks and differential drop. I gotta wait a month til I install it so in that time I am gonna have toyota do the TSB rear suspension for me. Once everything is installed and I get larger tires ( I am thinking 275/70 r17's) I should be sitting around 4-5 inches higher than I am now! Cant wait!
     
  2. Nov 26, 2008 at 9:31 PM
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    gegundez

    gegundez Well-Known Member

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    Overpriced stereo and alarm. MBRP Dual Exhaust.
    I bought my Readylift coil spacers a year ago but never installed. Now that the rear TSB is available, I will have to install them to balance out the truck.

    Last time I checked prices they wanted $250 to install coil spacers. I think it is too much money but I no longer have the tools (spring compressor, vice clamps, etc).

    Does anyone recommend an installer in the South Florida area that can do it for $150-$175 since I will have to get aligned anyways?
     
  3. Nov 27, 2008 at 7:18 AM
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    muliefever

    muliefever Muliefever

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    do it yourself! It is so easy!!!! I just did mine a couple weeks ago!
     
  4. Nov 27, 2008 at 10:59 AM
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    billas333

    billas333 [OP] They Still Love To Hate Me! - T.O.

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    Vehicle:
    2008 4x4 Tacoma Sport
    Mods so far: Tube steps from toyota, Bed extender from toyota, Spare Tire lock, Sound System Makeover, Tacoma All-Weather heavy duty rubber floor mats. Rear TSB, Icon Coilovers w/ TC UCA's and 3inch rear block with rear 5100 bilstein shocks, Black Headlights, Grillcraft black grill, Devil Horns from Andres, Black Headlights, Chrome Liquid Metal Gatlins Wheels, 285/70R17 Nitto Tera Grapplers, Wet Okole Seat Covers! Seat Belt Chime Mod, Flowmaster 50 series dual exhaust, Debadged tailgate, TRD Decals, HID hi/low + fogs.
    U dont need a spiring compressor with the readylift kit. I do not know why toytec requires one
     
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