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Lift height with 1.5" on top of the strut plate spacer

Discussion in '1st Gen. Tacomas' started by Whitfield, Mar 28, 2009.

  1. Whitfield

    Whitfield [OP] Well-Known Member

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    99 TRD X-cab on 35's / 96 X-cab on 33's
    Bobbed Left front ~ Ok not really but I bought it crashed from the kids dad 4-CHEAP. Frame Swap and 04 Clip + 6" lift ~ Woo Hoo!!!
    How much lift will a 1.5" on top of the strut plate spacer give me.

    about 2" ~ I'm guessing :confused:

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  2. SRFIVE

    SRFIVE Well-Known Member

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    Mine was just as advertised; 3" on stock springs and stock weight front end. You could calculate the actual lift if you knew your spring rate and the weight of your front end.
     
  3. Whitfield

    Whitfield [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Bobbed Left front ~ Ok not really but I bought it crashed from the kids dad 4-CHEAP. Frame Swap and 04 Clip + 6" lift ~ Woo Hoo!!!
    1.5" spacer gives 3" of lift? WoW!

    I knew that the leaver design of the front end would give more then then the spacer but I had no idea it would double the height.

    I bought it as a 3" Lift spacer ~ but expected it to be 2.5"

    Looks like my Nooby is showing

    :violent:
     
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