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Discussion in 'Suspension' started by JoeyB123, Jun 24, 2013.

  1. Jun 24, 2013 at 2:21 PM
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    JoeyB123

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    •PowerWindows •8k HIDs •Smoked spyder foglights •Magnaflow dual exhaust system •Color matched headlights with LED Concepts halo rings •30" Rigid Industries light bar mounted in bumper grill •Window Tint: 15% rear and side windows 35% windshield with a 5% strip -6" pro comp lift 35" tires and 4.88 gears are next
    Hey everyone I'm new to the forum, I hope to do many things to my Tacoma and I wanted to start off with a lift kit. I really want a 3 inch lift but I also want bigger tires to go along with it. Are there any suggestions you guys would have on what tire/wheel size that would be beset for a 3 inch lift?

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  2. Jun 24, 2013 at 2:37 PM
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    bjboucher

    bjboucher Mama says Tacoma World is da devil!

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    OME complete kit w/ 885s on Nitrocharger Sports, 1/4" spacers, Dakars w/ Nitrocharger Sports, LR UCAs, 265/70-17, Duratracs, G4 Elite tonneau, Weathertech Window Deflectors, Weathertech digital floor liners, factory JBL/Entune, rear differential breather relocate.
    I just put my 3" lift on, I stuck with just barely larger than stock so as to avoid cutting up my fenders to avoid rubbing. I currently have 265/70/17 Duratracs. A lot of people are running 285s but you'll need to do some trimming to make them fit.
     
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