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Lifting Questions

Discussion in 'New Members' started by TxSailor, Aug 11, 2011.

  1. Aug 11, 2011 at 8:50 PM
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    TxSailor

    TxSailor [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Jeff
    Quantico, VA
    Vehicle:
    06 Tacoma 4WD SR5
    Blacked out emblems, 50% Tint, Bilstien 5100 Adjustables in front, AAL in the rear. Soon...debadged, Satoshi grill, possible tube doors if I can find the right shop.
    Currently I'm stationed over here in Japan and will be heading back to the states soon and will be back with my 06 Tacoma that i havent seen in 2 years. My main goal after getting the normal inspections taken care of is getting some lift on her and was looking for suggestions from other Taco lovers. Any helps would be greatly appreciated folks.

    Specs:

    - Stock ride height 2006 Tacoma
    - Double Cab
    - 4x4

    Goals:
    - Fit 285x75xR16 or R17
    - New wheels and tires (ideas?)
    - Try to keep costs low (come on, government worker here)


    Thanks again ya'll and domo!
     
  2. Aug 11, 2011 at 10:52 PM
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    HBV594

    HBV594 Member

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    Hawaii
    Vehicle:
    '08 4x4 SR5
    Toytec 3" spacer, AAL, 5100s, TRD intake, Firestone Ride-Rites
    My brother is running that setup on his 2010. Same tire size(BFGoodrich KM2s) as you're looking at with the Toytec 3" spacer in front and AAL in the rear. It's a nice price for the lift($229.99). Just have to trim the front fenderwell plastic a little bit so it doesn't rub.
     
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