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Discussion in 'Suspension' started by beckleyota, Dec 11, 2010.

  1. beckleyota

    beckleyota [OP] Well-Known Member

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    So im gettin a lift and i have decided on 5100 for the front but i am not sure what to else i will need my truck is stock besides some 275/60 /16. i do do some light wheelingand only hauling i do is people so im not sure weather i shouild get blocks or aals. arrnt blocks hard on your truck????
    oh its a 07 axcesscab 4x4 4cyl 5spd
     
  2. wolfdog2314

    wolfdog2314 Well-Known Member

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    Eibach coils. 5100's all around. AAL. WickedFlow
    What do u want to set your front 5100's at?

    Get an AAL.
     
  3. KPT

    KPT sees what you did there.

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    275/60/16? Those are 29" tires.

    Sure you don't mean 265/70/16? Those are 31's.

    You can actually fit 265/75/16 (32's) if you prefer.

    I would avoid blocks in the back, as they promote axle wrap.
     
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