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Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas (2005-2015)' started by benbacher, Oct 17, 2011.

  1. Oct 17, 2011 at 7:11 PM
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    benbacher

    benbacher [OP] Purveyor of Fun Vendor

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    Too many to list now.
    I've got a 2010 Tacoma (dclb) and I want to upgrade the suspension to accommodate an 18 inch rim and larger tires but MOSTLY to upgrade my carrying capacity in the bed. My wife and I are about to build our own home and I want smooth sailing as far as loading ol' winnifred up. I can handle installing myself but was curious what the various opinions out there were for this specific question. Also I don't mind upgrading control arms either.
     
  2. Oct 17, 2011 at 7:16 PM
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    Konaborne

    Konaborne Pineapples on pizza Hawaiian does not it make.

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    Lifted 00 TRD Off-Road
    fox extended travel remote resivoir coilovers, 14" eibach 600lb coils, All Pro tubular chromoly 1" uniball upper control arms, All Pro expedition leaf packs, 10" bilstein 5150 piggyback reservoir shocks 265/75r16 Goodyear wrangler MT/R kevlars wrapped around 16" Helo 791 gloss black, Mini H1 retrofits with 6000k bulbs, 18" magnaflow w/custom exhaust reroute various decals, Sockmonkey retro hood stripes
    lift the front with coils/longer shocks, and get a heavy-duty leaf pack (All-pro Expo) that is made to handle weight, and longer rear shocks as well
     
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