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Old 07-24-2011, 09:03 AM   #1 (permalink)
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what kind of lift do you guys recomend?

Ok Im new to the whole lifted truck scene and just want to know what do you guys recommend as in lift kits for a 1991-1995 toyota pickup 4x4 with the 22re? im not looking for anything extreme since the car will just be my daily driver and maybe just take it out to some off road use when going fishing and stuffs like that so no crazy rock climbs haha. Im looking at something from a 4-6" inch lift to maybe run some 33's on it. So if you got info on the type of lifts or names of the lift kit then let me know. thanks.
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thanks guys yeah i been googling also
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ok, serious question. If you plan to only daily drive the pick-up, and take it fishing a few times a year, why lift it? In another post you stated a concern for fuel economy. Best economy will be had with a stock vehicle.

If you need better traction for getting to the fishing hole, upgrade to mud tires and an electric rear locker.
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Ball joint spacers, slight torsion bar tweak (just to level out truck,) rear add-a-leafs. 33's will clear easily.
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