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Old 02-01-2020, 05:09 PM   #51
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What are some opinions on the best cost effective way to achieve 2-3" of lift while keeping a slight rake and not killing ride quality? My TRD Off-Road Taco isn't a pavement queen and I'd like to get a little more tire clearance for when I go up in size. Also, with a 2.5" +/- lift, what tire size will clear without rubbing issues at full lock in turns? I see some guys just cranking up some Bilstein 5100's and achieving a couple of inches.
Bilstein 5100 is the answer. Buy the toytec kit to make it easier.

My old taco had bilstein set up and I can't honestly say the icon stage 2 I have currently is worth the additional $. Tome will tell.

I also had a uniball fail in less than 35k miles. Icon tried to say uniball is unreliable and tried to sell me the delta joint upgrade. I got my kit before delta joint was a thing. When I bought mine they sold the uniball as the greatest UCA ever. I told icon if another fails before 100k I won't be buying icon again.

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Old 02-01-2020, 06:50 PM   #52
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What are some opinions on the best cost effective way to achieve 2-3" of lift while keeping a slight rake and not killing ride quality? My TRD Off-Road Taco isn't a pavement queen and I'd like to get a little more tire clearance for when I go up in size. Also, with a 2.5" +/- lift, what tire size will clear without rubbing issues at full lock in turns? I see some guys just cranking up some Bilstein 5100's and achieving a couple of inches.
I got right at 2 inches in the front with 5100s and they're not cranked all the way.

265 75s fit and dont rub and I run it like a ranger in the summer filling feeders

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My white ‘18 CM came with those wheels, couldn’t take it so I had them powder coated black and left the center caps chrome. Like my best good uncle says, “I got to have a little jewelry”. Came out super sharp. I’ve seen a few other guys do it, too. I’ll try to post pics later, all I have on this phone are pics of pics on my old phone. Pm me and I’ll text ‘em if you want to see ‘em.


If I go taller and wider with the 20” rims with the current wheel offset I’ll be pretty close to hitting the upper control arms. Going to go down to 18’s with a +25 offset and 295/70’s.


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Old 02-02-2020, 10:37 AM   #54
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Pro grill, Morimoto amber LED fogs, Diamondback bed cover, Cali Raised Ditch lights, 31” grille bar and rear work lights. Meso Customs interior LED’s, ultimate turn signals, puddle pods, total tail stage 2, gas hole, coin tray and key fob. Aftermarket rearview mirror with homelink, and probly some stuff I’m forgetting. I’m struggling with lift vs no lift and tire selection right now.


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Old 02-02-2020, 10:38 AM   #55
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Awesome looking rigs felllas. I am looking hard at the Tacomas... For you fellas that have had previous generation Tacomas, how is the motor in the new generation Tacos compare??

For those with the four runners, do the back seats lay down and make a large flattish space??


Well I just went back to a Taco after having a third gen and then going to an F-150. This time around I looked hard for a second gen. I prefer the way the 4.0 and 5 speed auto combo performs to the 3.5 and 6 speed auto. Both solid trucks. I just prefer the 4.0


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Old 02-02-2020, 11:49 AM   #56
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2016 Trail with Bilstein 5100's and Wheeler springs. It's been on all the Ouray jeep trails and a lot of other trails in Colorado and Moab. It doesn't wheel as well as a jeep but that's mostly because of the way the body sticks out. Lot's more cargo area though and I can sleep in the back of it stretched out and I'm over 6'.
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Old 02-02-2020, 12:54 PM   #57
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Here’s my 2010. 4.5” lift 35x12.50/20.

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Old 02-03-2020, 10:08 PM   #58
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Good thread!

I've got a 2019 TRD Off Road 4x4, Double Cab, LWB, in the Quicksand (like pictured above). What are your opinions on leveling kits? I've had just the blocks up front on a previous Ford to level it out and I think I'd like something different. Looking at the 3 and 1 leveling kits and upgrading the stock Bilstein shocks.

Don't want to say money isn't a problem but I'd like to do it better this go around and not go cheap to save a buck. What do you guys think?
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Old 02-03-2020, 10:21 PM   #60
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Old 02-03-2020, 10:30 PM   #61
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Wife has a 2013 4Runner. I only wish we would have got her a 4wd instead of a 2wd.


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18” Black Rhino Glamis wrapped in 33/12.50 Toyo OC

Chrome delete on front and rear bumpers and added the TRD Pro grill

Next addition will be a camper shell and a storage/camping build out in the bed under the shell.

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Old 02-03-2020, 11:39 PM   #63
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Wife's 2020 grocery getter.....


Sliders, new rack, front and rear replacements, then eventually lift and 285s.
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Old 02-04-2020, 12:07 AM   #64
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Well I just went back to a Taco after having a third gen and then going to an F-150. This time around I looked hard for a second gen. I prefer the way the 4.0 and 5 speed auto combo performs to the 3.5 and 6 speed auto. Both solid trucks. I just prefer the 4.0


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2016 Trail with Bilstein 5100's and Wheeler springs. It's been on all the Ouray jeep trails and a lot of other trails in Colorado and Moab. It doesn't wheel as well as a jeep but that's mostly because of the way the body sticks out. Lot's more cargo area though and I can sleep in the back of it stretched out and I'm over 6'.
Good info on the sleeping quarters! It would certainly help with extended trips and the kind of feature I am particularly searching for
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Old 02-04-2020, 12:47 AM   #66
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Wife's 2020 grocery getter.....

Sliders, new rack, front and rear replacements, then eventually lift and 285s.
Awesome rig and a pretty lady!! Sir you win!!
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Old 02-04-2020, 05:32 AM   #67
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Wife's 2020 grocery getter.....





Sliders, new rack, front and rear replacements, then eventually lift and 285s.


Good gosh, that green looks good. I wish that color was available on the 2017’s when I bought!


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Old 02-04-2020, 06:56 AM   #68
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Anyone have a bucket full of money I can have....?

I think I found my dream setup, I just can’t afford it.
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Sliders, new rack, front and rear replacements, then eventually lift and 285s.


I really like this color, wife is going to get rid of her FJ this year and this one is on the list to take a look at


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2013 Tundra Platinum here! Red rock interior, Retrax bed cover, swing case in bed for tools, leveling kit, and 33x12.5x20 Toyo MTs. Bought it used with 32k miles and she's sitting at 111k miles and made the last payment last month!

Hope to get 400k out of it! Momma is looking to get back into a Yota. She sold her 99 Landcruiser in 14 with 280k miles on it and misses it every day. We shoulda have never gotten rid of that beast!
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Nice rides, not to hijack this thread, but i have a 2002 runner for the lease and wanted to upgrade suspention for a smoother ride. What would yall recommend?
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****er! I actually sold the 6 wheeler a couple years back. I don't miss driving it in traffic, and I don't miss putting tires on it, but I do miss the truck. It was a beast of a ride and I moved some insane loads with it.

Never had any trouble in the other area.
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I traded my trusty FJ in after 11 years of fun times. Took a minute to adapt, but I have grown to love my “new whip” (as T-Bone calls it).


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https://www.roughcountry.com/toyota-...ner-4wd-378998


Order this, buy lots of beer, and hand it all to J-Bone.
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Order this, buy lots of beer, and hand it all to J-Bone.
LOL....there is an "order this, buy lots of beer" Christmas story that ended up a 4 day long project that J-Bone might have thrown some new 4 letter words I never heard before

I'll buy it and tell him YOU said he had to install....that might get me more traction.

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He is a 2 man operation and his stuff is in serious demand. Sign up for email alerts for what you want, and act FAST when you get an email. I just troll his site every time I get a chance. Some of his new stuff, literally sells out in minutes. My favorite is the puddle pods....insane brightness


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I want led map and dome lights. Thought about moving my cube lights up. Which bracket did you use?

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Ditch lights, ditch brackets, hidden grille light bracket and 32” lightbar is all from caliraisedled.com.
BTW, his maps and domes are FANTASTIC!!! And they come in red too

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Nice rides, not to hijack this thread, but i have a 2002 runner for the lease and wanted to upgrade suspention for a smoother ride. What would yall recommend?


Best thing I did was air down to about 20psi, and keep some corn in the back.


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I don’t know who needs to hear this, but a 3/1 lift is a lift and not a leveling kit. A leveling kit would be like 1/0 or 2/0!

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270k on my 07 Taco. About to start a search for a newer model, 4x4 access cab. Planning to put a top on it for sleeping and swap out the stock bumpers for steel/aluminum.
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Got some ice on it the other morning. The great snowpocalypse of 2020.

I really want to just pull the trigger on the supercharger and a 1" body lift and 35tires. But going to force myself to be a grown up and pay this one off before any more mods. Hoping to get a new coaching job where we can buy some land in a small town somewhere.

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Seen a couple of threads about Tundras and Tacomas, this thread may help answer some of those questions.
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Been in the Toyota world for a long time. Got friends doing runs around the globe using 85 model Land cruisers from the mid east with a 4 speed diesel set up.

My Tundra hit 300K a month back. Found a fresh truck in a yard in San Antonia with 105K on it. I bought the engine, transmission, and transfer case.

This Tundra will be my last truck....................
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I’ll be in a Toyota within a couple months. Just trying to decide Taco or Tundra.
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If going truck go tundra. You'll never want a smaller truck.

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