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Toytec ultimate lift kit w/TC UCA's???

Discussion in 'Suspension' started by Hawksdenn2, Aug 13, 2010.

  1. Hawksdenn2

    Hawksdenn2 [OP] Well-Known Member

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    3" ultimate lift kit, diff drop, total chaos uca's, 1.5 aal, 5100 rear shocks, cmc, 2" fender and flare chop, roof rack, 2-10's, kenwood touch screen, antenna-x, wet okole, de-badged, ARE topper, 60" hi-lift, off road base and recovery kit. 315/70/17 nitto trail grapplers, XD addicts 17" BHLM, rear diff breather mod.
    I just bought a 2010 4x4 DC. Doesn't even have 1000 mikes yet. I was looking into getting the ultimate lift kit from toytec and the TC UCA's. What do you guys think?? I live in Florida and the biggest hills we have are levy's before the Everglades so that's why I also thought about a procomp 3" with the TC UCAs... I know everyone hates procomp here but mud is are biggest challenge here. Not that I'm gonna tear up my truck or anything. It's a highway DD. Please give details!
    Thanks for the help in advance!
     
  2. nitrojones

    nitrojones Member

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    OME 3" kit, TC UCA's
    I just installed this package on my 09 DC. The UCA's are a bit rough installing, but worth the effort to have a true uni-ball.
    I got the leaf packet (full 7 leafs) and 886 springs. I would not recommend such a heavy set if you're not going to be hauling or adding significant weight (bumper and winch) to the truck.
     
  3. toyo freak

    toyo freak Another Toyota Enthusiast

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    Pro Comp 3" is really stiff. My buddy has it and it rides worse than a spacer. But look at OME or Toytec, the only difference being adjustability. OME cost about $700- 800. I would check out Built Right UCA as well, much better price, or even Light Racing
     
  4. wvmountaintop

    wvmountaintop Well-Known Member

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    Just this week I got installed the Toytec Ultimate lift with TC UCA's on the front and Dakar springs on the rear and so far I couldn't be more pleased with how it rides. Haven't had a chance to take it off road, still have the stock tires but those will be replaced with some Duratracs within the week hopefully. The guys at Toytec were a pleasure to work with...
     
  5. toyo freak

    toyo freak Another Toyota Enthusiast

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    Any vibes? Pics?
     
  6. wvmountaintop

    wvmountaintop Well-Known Member

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    No vibration at all so far. I've got a lot of weight on my truck with a Warn Transformer mount and 9000 lb winch, full Budbuilt skid plates and an ARE fiberglass topper on the back and it rides and handles just fine. Sadly I don't have pics yet. Got the work done Thursday and it has been pretty much raining here since then and I also haven't been home all weekend and don't have the patch cord for my camera to download the pics I've taken so far. I will try and get some good ones posted soon... I'm sure if you do a search though you will be able to find plenty of pics of Taco's here running the same setup...
     
  7. wvmountaintop

    wvmountaintop Well-Known Member

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    Toytec Ultimate lift and Dakar springs... New Duratracs later this week...
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  8. udy2554

    udy2554 NORTHERN RED-NECK

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    Toytec ULK, Light Racing UCA's, OME Dakar rear leaves, ARB Bumper with XRC8 winch, Good Year Duratracs 285/70/17's on 17x9" Level 8 Strike 6's. Leer cap in the winter. Pioneer Double Din with BT, iPod, etc. Boston Acoustic components in all 4 doors with a Sony amp, powered 8" sub. Ultra gauge, Tom Tom...
    Got any pics with the Duratracs. BTW...what size Duratracs. I'm doing the same kit in the next week or so!
     
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