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Suspension Questions

Discussion in 'Suspension' started by MemphisTaco, Sep 10, 2014.

  1. Sep 10, 2014 at 5:53 PM
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    MemphisTaco

    MemphisTaco [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Cody
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    2018 TRD offroad Tacoma
    Bilstein 6112s, Fox 2.0, Dakars, RR2-s, 285/75/17 KO2
    Hey guys, Ive got myself a 2011 tacoma DCSB, after about 9 months of driving it, I decided to lift it. I put a Procomp 3 inch lift on it and i love it. although i have gained some ground clearance, the front end isn't quite level with the rear. Im looking for an additional inch or so on the front end, any suggestions for what i should go with?
     
  2. Sep 11, 2014 at 11:28 PM
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    4WD

    4WD cRaZy oLdmAn

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    Grey wire MOD, deck plate, diff breather MOD, 2nd gen. OME 883# on Tundra 5100's, OMD custom 3" leafsprings, rear shock relocation, Ivan Stewart TRD rims w/285/75/16's, '02 bumper MOD, Famous Fabrications sliders , LED interior/exterior lights, bed bar, Custom tube bumper, Old school KC day lighters,Red Ring 8" HID flood, Kenwood vhf 2M.. umm some other shit I'm forgetting right now
    What exactly does a procomp 3" consist of ?? & if going over 3" in front with IFS 4x your going to open a can of worms meaning drop bracket which means a fair amount of $$$ alot of labor & in the end you'll actually lose ground clearance because of the DB (drop bracket) design...
     

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