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has anyone put chevy rears on a Tacoma, I notice most of the lift kits for taco's include rear blocks <IMG SRC="smilies/rolleyes.gif" border="0"> . Estimated lift?, dual shackle? Thanks
 

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look around on the board for the following members:

bigbadbob0
snowchucker
norcalVP

They are all running chevy's on their taco's.
 

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If you dont get an anwser here ask over at the TTORA board.
later,
 

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I'm runny them there chevys on my taco. I run a 2.5" block, 6" (single) shackle and 4" drop hangar for a total of around 10-11" of lift. You could probably stick one of those SAW lifts or whatever on your tacoma and the chevys out back and be pretty level. An AAL would surely make up the difference needed if you had any sagging.

BTW, the chevys will probably give around 3" of lift. They aren't arched much more then taco leaves but the front hangar gets much lower when you move it those few inches forward.
 

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Here's a pic of BigBadBobs rig for you - these are AllPro front springs, and Chevy rears:
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Originally posted by chota:
<STRONG>has anyone put chevy rears on a Tacoma, I notice most of the lift kits for taco's include rear blocks <IMG SRC="smilies/rolleyes.gif" border="0"> . Estimated lift?, dual shackle? Thanks</STRONG>
I know this isn't an answer to your ?? but how much lift are you looking for? If you have a 95.5 - 97 there are a few spring sets available. I'm running about 8" on my 97 with no blocks. The rear is a set of Downey 3.5" springs which cost in the $150 range, 1.5" Downey shackles and a set of Rancho AALs.
 
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