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Toytec 3" Lift

Discussion in 'Suspension' started by ToyTac, Oct 3, 2007.

  1. ToyTac

    ToyTac [OP] Member

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    Can someone help me with this. I would like to buy the toytec 3" lift but need to know if I will need anything else or just the kit will do.
     
  2. 2003greenbean

    2003greenbean Carolina Alliance Costal Div

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    cold air intake, step bars, custom grill, 3in lift,12 in audiobahn sub, 285/75/16 procomp tires, 20% tint,
    whitch kit were you looking at
     
  3. ToyTac

    ToyTac [OP] Member

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    I was looking at the Toytec 3" lift
     
  4. 2003greenbean

    2003greenbean Carolina Alliance Costal Div

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    cold air intake, step bars, custom grill, 3in lift,12 in audiobahn sub, 285/75/16 procomp tires, 20% tint,
    what does it come with
     
  5. Pennywise

    Pennywise Active Member

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    Which kit is it? I have installed the 2.5 toytec and its not a big deal. I had to buy shocks though> Do ya have coil compressors? The front end was the hardest part, (about and hour). It was a spacer, that was placed in the front coils. But it used the stock shocks or now is the time to replace the shocks if you want to upgrade. The rear AAL was not a hard task.
     
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