Discussion in 'Northwest' started by DayneR, Oct 2, 2013.
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Nice truck dude but I just seem have to have a bad taste for fabtech I am more of a 3 inch lift guy
I can barely tell a Tacoma is lifted when it has a 3inch.
Oh no I wasn't trying to be low about it!! I'm just sayin, 3inch lift is not that noticeable on a Tacoma.. I notice 3 inch 3 1/2 inch lifts on other trucks but for some reason on a taco it just doesn't show very well.
What brand lifts do you like?
6 inch is too much on such a small truck but that's my option.
I do know that my buddy works for Fabtech and he wouldn't run anything of theirs on his truck. :thumbsup:
I've had fab tech on the truck for a year. It doesn't rub or anything. I've heard of other getting tough country and having no problems either. 6 inch on a Tacoma looks way diff then a 6 inch on say a ford. It's the body style idk.. But I agree 6 inch is about the max. It looks dumb when people start doin a 6inch suspension with a 3inch body... Way too much.
Bit too high for my tastes, but I dont think it looks too bad at all. Nice rimmies.
I have a 3in body lift with 2.5 Billy's up front and a 2in AAl in the back on 33s and I love the way it sits, not to high but still looks different.
I used to own a Silverado up until a year ago. When I got my Taco, to me, it seemed just as high off the ground as the Chevy. I like that. I do have the same tires as the Chevy; 265-75-16's. As soon as I get some extra money, I'm going to do that 5100 lift.
I personally like the toytec ultimate lift, OME,King, Icon
6" fab tech rides great
People also say spacer lifts ride great but they don't. The driver has just never been in a properly lifted vehicle.
Dude what are you talking about? Spacers ride so sumptuous and smooth, hell they feel like you are riding you are riding on a cloud of hard rocks lol.
Lol. I was used to torsion bar suspension with my Ranger so I bet everything rides better than that did.
Torsion bar doesn't ride bad at stock level but when its cranked up it really sucks.
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