Discussion in '2005 - 2015 Toyota Tacoma' started by cookie47, Feb 22, 2018.
Lol well I want everyone to understand where I’m coming from... I’m going from this
back to this
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It looks like a before and after picture where the Ford went on a cocaine binge and lost a ton of weight.
I’d rather have the OR coils.
Awesome thanks or17. And dude I know it feels like it too haha ya even make one of those right now deals and you feel real good about it right now? Lol I mean I have a few reasons but I’m not sure if they’re good or just excuses to make me feel better lol
Would these coils be better than my stock ones on the 5100s could I use more shock travel and not have to turn them up so far? Here’s a link to the kit but I have a guy that has them for sale. (Coils only) https://bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyo...t-coils-rear-options-2005-2016-toyota-tacoma/
It looks like you would get 2-2.5” of lift with the bilsteins set to 0. The coils would provide the lift. When you can get lift from coils vs extension of shocks it’s usually going to be a better ride. Depends on the stiffness of the coils.
Here’s what I got from both reps lol honestly at this point I’m thinking save the extra money I was gonna spend on coils and buy something else I want for it lol
As far as the offset of the wheel goes... I went with the 17" Mahem Warriors that have a -12mm offset that brings the wheel out only 6mm and doesn't stick out at all... Its flush with the wheel flare/mud flap... Don't let my shitty picture turn you off...
BTW the stock wheel offset is -18
What stock Tacoma wheels do you have that are -18mm off set? Just curious.
I was thinking the same thing OR17TRD along with my -12 offset put my tires out about 1 1/2” past the fender.
Yeah I don’t think that’s right. Most second gen stock wheels are +30 offset.
3rd gen Stock taco wheels are either +30(sport and others) +25(off-road) or +13 (Pro) none are negative that I know of.
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