Lifted 3rd gen

Discussion in '2016 + Toyota Tacoma' started by John dev, May 11, 2019.

  1. John dev

    John dev Well-Known Member

    Im planning on lifting my truck
    Mainly for looks
    And for use bigger tires

    What how did you lift your truck?
     
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  3. WooD

    WooD WooD

    I wanted to lift mine till I read great multitudes of threads on lifts.

    Cutting cab mounts.
    Alignment problems.
    Stock or aftermarket UCA's.
    Weird sounds.
    Vibrations when taking off and slowing down.
    CV joint angle.
    Shimming the rear leaf springs.
    Loss of MPG with bigger tires.

    List goes on, just thought of those off the top of my head.
     
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    John dev

    John dev Well-Known Member

    Im guessing you didnt lift your truck
     
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  5. WooD

    WooD WooD

    Nope.

    Only time it's off road is the beach.

    I bought a 4x4 SR5, only thing I've done to it for beach driving was switched the stock wheels and tires.

    From 245-75/16 to 265/65-17 Toyo Open Country AT's. Almost exactly the same height, but around 1 1/2" wider.
     
    Last edited: May 12, 2019
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    John dev

    John dev Well-Known Member

    Any picture of your truck?
    Would like to see how it looks
     
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  7. WooD

    WooD WooD

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    John dev

    John dev Well-Known Member

    Nice truck yup that looks wide
    Looks better than stock
    Any rubbing with those tires?

    I need a lil more wider tires tho
    My truck stock tire size 265/70R16
    And i think its still too skinny for me
     
    Last edited: May 12, 2019
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  9. WooD

    WooD WooD

    I'd planned on going with 265/70-17, but didn't want to take more of a hit in gas mileage. I lost about 1.5 MPG just going with the wider tires.

    Not sure but if you go wider than 265, you may need wheel spacers, or offset wheels. I'm just guessing here...honestly have no clue.
     
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    John dev

    John dev Well-Known Member

    Screenshot_20190512-103636_Samsung Internet.jpg

    Im planning on ordering this
    Then i can choose tires and wheels after
     
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  11. Sherwoods_Fleet

    Sherwoods_Fleet New Member

    17269F9E-D7A1-4283-96A0-0B72F0E66FA9.jpeg 405249E0-1A85-4F23-9D43-871F7061001A.jpeg Just finished my 6 inch lift and 35s. I’m really happy with the look. Got 5.29 nitro gears going in, in a week.
     
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  12. VBTacoma

    VBTacoma Well-Known Member

    Sweet setup! Congrats!!
     
  13. bguidry07

    bguidry07 New Member

    How do you like the feel of this lift?
     
  14. mr.christophermichel

    mr.christophermichel Well-Known Member

    Looks great man
     
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  15. jdr3366

    jdr3366 Well-Known Member

    I think we need more side-by-side pics from the same angle when anybody mods their truck. The upgrades on this truck are really impressive.
     
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