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Does anyone know what company I can get a 3-4 inch suspension lift for my 92 toyota pickup V6? I have yet to be able to find one for my truck yet. Any help would be greatly appriciative. Thanks...Chris
 

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Originally posted by 92ToyTruck:
<STRONG>Does anyone know what company I can get a 3-4 inch suspension lift for my 92 toyota pickup V6? I have yet to be able to find one for my truck yet. Any help would be greatly appriciative. Thanks...Chris</STRONG>
You have not been looking to hard, Pro-Comp, Rancho, Skyjacker, Downey just to name a few. Use the search button in the upper right corner!!!
 

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Originally posted by 92ToyTruck:
<STRONG>Does anyone know what company I can get a 3-4 inch suspension lift for my 92 toyota pickup V6? I have yet to be able to find one for my truck yet. Any help would be greatly appriciative. Thanks...Chris</STRONG>
ha ha no one else has said it yet!

just go straight axel swap! <IMG SRC="smilies/idea.gif" border="0">
 

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As OOP's said there are lots of suspension lifts available for your truck. Toyota trucks are very popular in the aftermarket and finding parts should not be a problem, they are widely available. Look harder. <IMG SRC="smilies/idea.gif" border="0">
 

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Superlift, Trailmaster and Pro-Comp all make simular IFS lifts for your truck. IFS lifts are the same for '86 through '95.5 trucks and 4Runners.
 

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<IMG SRC="smilies/skull.gif" border="0"> I had one of my friends check out some places to order those kinds of lifts for my truck. He said that they didn't make them for my truck. I don't know if maybe it would be better to just order out of a 4x4 magazine and then put it on myself. I have someone that is going to help me - he just said to go ahead and order it myself. Does anyone know where the best place would be to order the lift? What would be the best lift? I have heard things bad about ProComp, but I don't know. All help would be great...thanks...Chris
 

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Originally posted by 92ToyTruck:
<STRONG>Does anyone know what company I can get a 3-4 inch suspension lift for my 92 toyota pickup V6? I have yet to be able to find one for my truck yet. Any help would be greatly appriciative. Thanks...Chris</STRONG>
Where have you been looking, Walmart? Just about every manufacturer makes some type of kit for your truck.
 

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I was wondering if anyone knows the best and hopefully cheapest place to order a suspension lift for my truck. I know there are a lot of places that make lifts, but most have been expensive( to me ). Then again I have never looked for a suspension lift before, so I don't know. Thanks <IMG SRC="smilies/jester.gif" border="0">
 

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Originally posted by 92ToyTruck:
<STRONG>I was wondering if anyone knows the best and hopefully cheapest place to order a suspension lift for my truck. I know there are a lot of places that make lifts, but most have been expensive( to me ). Then again I have never looked for a suspension lift before, so I don't know. Thanks <IMG SRC="smilies/jester.gif" border="0"></STRONG>
How much are you looking to pay? I had a Pro-Comp II and wheeled it hard for two years and I broke one bracket and made three back x-members, I sold it to Beeb's and he beat the crap out of for at least a year and I think he sold it to someone else and it is back on the trails again. Expect to pay any where from $400.00 up to a couple of thousand. If it's for posing only just crank your t-bars and add blocks to the rear
 

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just pick up a fourbyin' magazine and call every ad in there and ask about Superlift, Trailmaster, and Procomp lifts, since they are kinda the top three. Then when the price is right... I too have a '92 that I will be lifting soon. My advce to you would be hang out here for a while, read a whole LOT of stuff and do lots of searches. Then when you KNOW what you want, go and get it. It's better to sit back and do some research than just go out and buy things, or at least i think so. Good luck. <IMG SRC="smilies/smile.gif" border="0">
 
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