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Discussion in '1st Gen. Tacomas (1995-2004)' started by already7, Oct 22, 2011.

  1. Oct 22, 2011 at 11:36 PM
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    already7

    already7 [OP] Member

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    First Name:
    Allen
    North Little Rock, AR.
    Vehicle:
    03 4x4 TRD SR5
    Thank you to everyone on here that strongly urged other people not to get a body lift, and to go with a suspension lift! I read through countless threads before making my decision.
    I was about to go with a body lift because I don't wheel my truck hard, and I was worried about messing with the suspension. I went ahead and checked on a spacer lift through a local 4x4 shop, and low and behold it was $400 cheaper to go with a spacer lift than a body lift.
    3 inch Rough Country lift was $500 installed and with a front end alignment.

    Clears my new 285-75-16's easily and it looks great!
    Will get some pics up this coming week!

    P.S. The truck rides better now, they got the alignment dead on and with the new rear shocks, and the extended shackles instead of blocks make a big difference.
    Thanks again Tacoma World for helping to steer me away from a big regret down the road!
     
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