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Lift Options

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas (2005-2015)' started by BobSaget916, Dec 6, 2009.

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Which Lift?

Poll closed Jan 5, 2010.
  1. Billy 5100's w/ OME 884's and TSB aal

    2 vote(s)
    25.0%
  2. Billy 5100's w/ Toytec adjustable coils and TSB aal

    2 vote(s)
    25.0%
  3. OME 3" Lift

    4 vote(s)
    50.0%
  4. ProComp 3" Lift

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  1. Dec 6, 2009 at 10:14 PM
    #1
    BobSaget916

    BobSaget916 [OP] Active Member

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    Volant CAI Magnaflow Cat-Back HID's 6000k bi-xenon Fog Light Kit mod w/6000k HID's Tinted Tail Lights Kicker CVR 10'' Sub in Super Crew Sound Sub Box Alpine MRP-350 Monoblock Amp Pioneer Premier Head Unit JL 6x9's up front 6.5's in the back Tweets up front Mud Flap Delete 5 over 20% Tint in the back, 20% on the front, 35% on the WS EGR In-Channel Wind Guards Coming Soon -Doug Thorley Headers -Color-Matched Front and Rear Bumpers, Overfenders, Mirrors, Door handles, and Grille -Billet Grille or Mesh Grille -Bilstien 5100's front and rear -OME Coilover Springs -Rear Add-a-Leaf -33's after suspension work is done -TRD Skidplate
    Hey guy's, I've got an 06 access cab prerunner, and i'm looking to lift it but I can't decide which way to go. Here are my options: #1 Billy 5100's all the way around with OME 884 coils up front and the TSB aal in the back.
    #2 Billy 5100's with they toytec adjustable coilovers and TSB aal.
    #3 OME 3" Lift #4 ProComp 3" lift
    Any advice is appreciated! Thanks!
     
  2. Dec 6, 2009 at 10:28 PM
    #2
    Just4fununlimited

    Just4fununlimited Turtle

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    06 prerunner TRD Off Road SR5
    Toytec 3" Lift with 1.5" Lift block in the rear 285/75/16 COOPER STT 16" Eagle Alloy Style 101 PA15 TOY Decepticon Emblem courtesy of Metalmiller TRD Urban Assault Emblem courtesy of Sockmonkey More to come...
    Are you planning to do alot of off roading or just getting the truck to look meaner?
    I Do minor off roading sand and a little mud. I also am trying to find a budget lift so I'd suggest the first option. Just my 2 cents.
     
  3. Dec 6, 2009 at 10:41 PM
    #3
    BobSaget916

    BobSaget916 [OP] Active Member

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    Seth
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    Vehicle:
    06 Access Cab PreRunner 4-cyl MT
    Volant CAI Magnaflow Cat-Back HID's 6000k bi-xenon Fog Light Kit mod w/6000k HID's Tinted Tail Lights Kicker CVR 10'' Sub in Super Crew Sound Sub Box Alpine MRP-350 Monoblock Amp Pioneer Premier Head Unit JL 6x9's up front 6.5's in the back Tweets up front Mud Flap Delete 5 over 20% Tint in the back, 20% on the front, 35% on the WS EGR In-Channel Wind Guards Coming Soon -Doug Thorley Headers -Color-Matched Front and Rear Bumpers, Overfenders, Mirrors, Door handles, and Grille -Billet Grille or Mesh Grille -Bilstien 5100's front and rear -OME Coilover Springs -Rear Add-a-Leaf -33's after suspension work is done -TRD Skidplate
    Mainly I just want it to be level and taller than stock, but I do drive the truck very hard. I go offroad every once in a blue moon, a little mud here and there but mostly street driving. I live in louisiana and we have the most terrible roads in the U.S. so pretty much everyday driving is like off roading lol.
     
  4. Dec 6, 2009 at 10:51 PM
    #4
    VenomTaco88

    VenomTaco88 Just Got Engaged!

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    Love my Venom Taco
    K&N cold air intake, Full Double Wall stainless steel Megaflow exhaust, custom nerf bars
    Im going with the OME myself its a lot cheaper and still a good solid lift with a great ride the only downfall between that and toytec for me besides the warranity is that toytec are adjustable but id go with the OME.....hope that helps
     
  5. Dec 6, 2009 at 10:54 PM
    #5
    AlexForbesR6

    AlexForbesR6 My R6 Eats Me

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    OME FTW!!

    you can't beat the Aussies for cheap yet great,strong, and reliable products...especially when it comes to their 4by4's

    i am actually planning on doing this in the near future (OME's)
     
  6. Dec 6, 2009 at 10:56 PM
    #6
    drjohnson36

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    OME all the way
     
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