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Unread 07-19-2015, 01:30 AM   #21
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I got 6" drop bracket plus 3" body lift, cruise the mall all day, everyday!

Have I broken any parts? Sure I did!
Does it looks cool? You damn right!
Will people hate on you? All the time
Do I care? No, zero, Nada.....
Can I off-road with them? You dam CAN!


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Unread 07-19-2015, 09:48 AM   #22
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I got 6" drop bracket plus 3" body lift, cruise the mall all day, everyday!

Have I broken any parts? Sure I did!
Does it looks cool? You damn right!
Will people hate on you? All the time
Do I care? No, zero, Nada.....
Can I off-road with them? You dam CAN!



Well said keak when we going to the great mall lol I wanta hit those two foot speed bumps check that flex out too. Looking sick bro.
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Didnt realize it was a bracket lift thought it was a true suspension lift! Sorry lol
Half of the front is a bracket lift, an other half is spacer (4.63) lift which you can update to longer coilovers. The rear is a true suspension lift. Discard the rear RC 2.2 shocks immediately, they are really Rough. Radflo, Fabtech and Icon sells better.


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Hey Guys,
Well, I got a 2003 4Runner, and decided I wanted it lifted. But I didn't want the typical 3/2 with 1 in. body lift. So I got a 6 in. Rough Country lift kit, designed for the FJ Cruiser. http://www.roughcountry.com/toyota_4...cruiser_6.html
It went on very easy, and the only thing i don't like about it is to fit the stock tires and wheels i had to grind the knuckle down a little bit, and use 1/4" wheel spacers on the front. I'm not using the sway-bars, but it's the stock coilovers up front, and stiffer rear springs in the rear, so it doesn't sway much at all, even going 60 mph.
I don't know how it'll work for you 4x4 guys, but i have no front differential or axles so i didn't have to worry about that.
Next step is wheels and tires. I'm going with 35's. but my question is what are the best tires, for a daily driver, that might do some offroad, but remember it's a 2wd. And also can 15 inch wheels fit without grinding calipers? I have the limited if that makes a difference.
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Your gona need the correct rims 17's are the smallest size rimes with a limited over sized calipers don't grind those down very bad idea you'll need -12 4.75 back spacing in order to clear 35x12.5x17 spacers are dangerous in my opinion. I never recommend grinding down your knuckles this bad how ever its done so a after market rim is best it allows enough clearance between knuckle and places the tire correctly in the center of the wheel well. How ever for a daily driver I would not recommend 35's I would do a 33's or 275x75x17 or a 33 inch tire. 35's requires regearing or gas mileage ends up in the 14 to 15 mpg with a v6 and 12 to 14 with a v8 chose wisely and good luck with what ever you chose.
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