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Need 2007 6" Lift Assistance...

Discussion in 'Suspension' started by MythotiK, Feb 6, 2007.

  1. Feb 6, 2007 at 8:36 PM
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    MythotiK

    MythotiK [OP] Self Made...

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    Just South of Hell...
    Vehicle:
    07 Silver TRD Sport AC
    DIY: Secondary Air Filter Removal, 3" Revtek Leveling Kit
    Anyone here of a date when ProComp is gonna be out with an '07 lift, someone was saying the '06 lift will not work because of changes to the front end...??
     
  2. Feb 15, 2007 at 7:15 PM
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    texastaco

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    i have an 07 with a Pro Comp 6" lift and 35" tires. DSI did their first lift using Pro Comp All Terrain Extremes. They are actually over an inch taller than the Pro Comp All Terrain and they rub like heck. I am taking the truck to 4 wheel parts (a division of DSI) and they are swapping the tires for 35" BFG Mud Yerrains which work just fine. Will let you know if it is true after I pick it up. The ride is actuallt very nice (I have the Stage I lift as I do not go off roading too much, just on my construction sites and occasionally at my deer lease). There is over a $1,000 diiference between Stage I& II!! Feel free to email, I'll answer anything I can!
     
  3. Feb 16, 2007 at 11:18 AM
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    texastaco

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    Just posted a pic of my truck with the lift and tires. If you go this way, make sure the tires you select are actually like 34.5". The Pro Comp Extreme A/T's are actually closer to 36" (as shown). They are swapping them out for BFG Mud Terrains which will work with proper clearance. If you get the Stage II lift with coil over front suspension, the size doesn't matter because they can adjust the torsion bar to raise the front a little more to clear the larger tires.
     
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