2020 TRD Pro stock lift

Discussion in '2016 + Toyota Tacoma' started by HiddenX, Jul 27, 2020.

  1. HiddenX

    HiddenX Member

    How much lift does a stock 2020 TRD Pro have?
    Does it have a factory diff drop?
    Is there anything different between the TRD OR and Pro as far as diff height UCA/LCA/CV etc?
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  3. OR17TRD

    OR17TRD Well-Known Member

    TRD Pro front shocks have 8 bypass zones (5 compression, 3 rebound) and are paired with TRD-tuned springs that provide an additional 1 inch of front lift; rear shocks have 11 bypass zones (7 compression, 4 rebound) and are paired with 2-inch piggyback reservoirs. It’s level. No diff drops added.

    The Pro and OR diff, UCA, LCA and CV are the same. Suspension is what’s different.
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  4. whippersnapper02

    whippersnapper02 Negative Nancy

    Diff drops are never needed.
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  5. OP

    HiddenX Member

    I’ve heard people say they’re needed and not needed. Can you explain why a diff drop is not needed? Even for a 2-3” lift? How does it not cause stress to other areas of the drive line? What about the CV angle since it has IFS? I’m seriously just trying to understand why. Thanks.
  6. OP

    HiddenX Member

    Thanks for the answer!
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  7. whippersnapper02

    whippersnapper02 Negative Nancy

    A diff drop rotates the diff in such a way that some gear lube is pulled away from the pinion bearing. The affect a diff drop had on actual CV angle is very minimal and can actually cause vibration you didn't have before.
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