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Thinking of going to a 6" lift, how would you do it? List of parts you would use

Discussion in 'Suspension' started by hookedontronics, Dec 20, 2011.

  1. Dec 20, 2011 at 8:53 AM
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    hookedontronics

    hookedontronics [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Icon extended travel 3.5" front coilovers, DSM UCAs, TSB leaf pack w/ wheelers AAL, All Pro U-bolt flip kit, Walker Evans 2.0 rear shocks, 18" XD Monster rims, Nitto trail grappler 285/65R18 Tires, Color matched grill, Grillcraft, Kragen HIDs, Carling switches, my bed light mod, diff drop, Alpine IVA-W505, JL Audio C5 componets and coaxials, JL 300/4 and 250/1 amps and JL stealthbox, wheathertechs, avs vent visors, toyota bed x-tender, alcantara center console cover and door pocket covers, console vault, color matched mirrors, heated mirrors, etc etc etc
    The more 6" lifted tacos i see the more i want to do mine. I didn't do mine at first because when i did the 3" it was brand new and i wasn't sure about the vsc, now i'm pretty sure that has been worked out. Also didn't want to cut my crossmember within the first few months, now my truck has 40kmi so i'm alright with it.

    I'm thinking i should be able to get an easy $1500 for my current 3" lift setup (icon front extended travel, walker evans rear 2.0, wheelers aal, diff drop, all pro u bolt flip and DSM UCAs)

    So far my thoughts would be a fabtech 6" lift kit, icon 6" lift shocks front, fox rears and alcan springs, keep my 33" tires and rim setup

    (pretty sure 6" lifts use stocks ucas as well, hopefully someone can chime in, or do i need new ucas to better clear coilovers with a 6" lift?)

    My Question: If you were building the ultimate 6" lift, what would it be compiled of?

    thanks
     
  2. Dec 20, 2011 at 8:54 AM
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    PLC721

    PLC721 Well-Known Member

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    what you listed :thumbsup:
     
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