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lifting my taco

Discussion in 'Off-Roading & Trails' started by alffy, Feb 24, 2009.

  1. alffy

    alffy [OP] Member

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    i am still looking for help on lifting my tacoma. i found a 3 inch "suspension" lift for $282 on suspenionconnection.com. its a tuff country lift. i thought this was kinda cheap for a lift, and i was wondering if thats all i would have to buy. and does it raise the front and rear 3"? I am just wanting a lift for looks and was wondering if this lift would be ok to buy.
     
  2. El Duderino 480

    El Duderino 480 "The Dude"

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    3" Front / 2" Rear
     
  3. El Duderino 480

    El Duderino 480 "The Dude"

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    is there a huge difference between OME's and ToyTec's??
     
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    Rippin101 Well-Known Member

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    Just different types of lifts brah
     
  5. alffy

    alffy [OP] Member

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    ok. it says that the recommended size tires is 32" but if i take the mud flaps off do you think i could fit 33's
     
  6. El Duderino 480

    El Duderino 480 "The Dude"

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    probably rub
     
  7. FLATaco06

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    I've got a 3inch toytec spacer and 1.5 inch rear block. I run 285/75/16 MT Claws on 16x10 wheels. It rubs alittle, but only in weird road angle situations. I trimmed the inner plastic on the fender alittle, nothing major though. Hope that helps.
     
  8. josh3972000

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    I ran a tuff country lift on my 98 till I sold it, (200000) miles 150,000 of it was with the lift, no problems and I abused the Sh*t out of the truck.
     
  9. alffy

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    oh ok thanks man. your yota looks good
     
  10. alffy

    alffy [OP] Member

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    oh ok josh, how much of a lift was it
     
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