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up and out lift - droppin a little cash ;)

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas' started by 1YOTA6, Apr 19, 2013.

  1. Apr 19, 2013 at 8:18 PM
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    1YOTA6

    1YOTA6 [OP] 1YOTA6

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    Kyle
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    11 Db cab LongBed Tacoma 4x4 Sport
    wether tech floor mats, Clarion touch screen head unit, FlowMaster Catback exhaust system, ReadyLift 2.75 leveling lift, 1.5inch spider trax wheel spacers, Plasti-Dip wheels and front grill, Toyo Open Country AT 285-70r17 …..
    Ok so im fixin to buy some spidertrax 1.5 spacers and want to add a 3inch lift with the front and rear of the truck even. whats the best combinations as some kits offer different lifts for the front and rear depending on if someone wants the front to actually be higher than the rear of the truck. I want the truck to sit level and not sure which sizes to order

    does any one know if they sell 2 inch hub centric spacers? just curious as one of my buddies was uncertain if his spacers were 1.5 or 2 and came on his 06' Tundra when he purchased it a few years ago

    where is the best place to make the complete order?

    I dont drive the truck to much off road or clime over mountains. Mainly just on the shit roads of upstate New York so I'm fine with just the shock spacers and blocks under the leaf springs(Ready-Lift) and sure with 3inches of lift a drop mount set up for the drive shaft is needed maybe?????

    thanks for everyones input
     
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  2. Apr 19, 2013 at 9:02 PM
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    The Traveler

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    Total Chaos 3.5" LT kit, King remote resi 8x2.5 coilovers, Glassworks Unlimited fiberglass fenders and bedsides, Icon resi rears, All Pro Expo leaf pack, Wheeler's super bumps, drop in AFE Pro Dry-S, Aero-Turbine 2525XL Muffler, Spidertrax, Rigid Industries Dually Amber Floods, rock lights, Strobe amber/white dust lights, bushwhacker fender flares, CB and HAM radios, Pelfreybilt Off Road front three hoop bumper, All-Pro APEX kickout sliders, CBI Trail Rider rear bumper, Tres Tacos LED rock lights, 50" LED Light Bar,
    ReadyLift makes a kit to level out the truck and give you a few inches of lift. The SST lift gives you 2.75"-3" in the front and 2" in the rear, or the option of 2.75"-3" in the front and 1" in the rear (PreRunner look). Both also have the differential drop spacers to help alleviate the extreme front CV axle angles. Spidertrax 1.5" is the widest I'd go, because I wouldn't use any other spacer/adapter other than Spidertrax. I've wheeled my 1.25" spacers for a year, and they've performed flawlessly.

    If you want a wider stance, honestly I'd just go with an aftermarket wheel with a different backspacing/offset then use a smaller spacer, like I did. The factory wheels tend to sit "inside" the truck some, and spacers will put it a little over flush with the fender flares.

    If you would like to order these, my shop (Rebel Off Road) is a ReadyLift and Spidertrax vendor. Check the link in my sig and give me a call on Monday. We drop ship these kits all over North America on a regular basis. I can probably even get you a TacomaWorld discount :thumbsup:
     
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