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This Is How I Want To Lift My Truck

Ok, so this is not my Truck and I don't who's it is but I really like the lift a lot, this is pretty much how I would lift mine. This is off the So Cal Super Trucks Toyota gallery. I specially like the work to the body mount.So to whoever this Truck belongs to NICE JOB!
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Yeah the boxing of the body mount is superb!
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They did a good job on that truck. Only thing I don't like is that huge block used in the rear end. Would have been much better with shackles.


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What is that thing on top of the spindle? Is that an extension of some kind?


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Im pretty sure that's just the top of the CST spindle.

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I was thinking the same thing, maybe the pure performance 2" shackle with a 1" add a leaf. Assuming that is a 3" block.

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They did a good job on that truck. Only thing I don't like is that huge block used in the rear end. Would have been much better with shackles.

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Im pretty sure that's just the top of the CST spindle.
Ah! I hadn't seen what the CST spindles looked like.


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I like the truck it's sharp. I just hate the front end higher then the rear end.
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I like the truck it's sharp. I just hate the front end higher then the rear end.
Problem Solved! Isn't that the great thing about coil overs


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Those things list at 1100, another 1100 for the front coilovers and 800 for the a arms, i bet it works good but damn, thats just for the front
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Those things list at 1100, another 1100 for the front coilovers and 800 for the a arms, i bet it works good but damn, thats just for the front
Yeah that's why I might have to start out with this kit then go to the Coils and UCA's later. this kit is 1,500 and I can swap the blocks for a 2" shackle


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Looks good and with the proper offset there is no need to remove the front inner bumper guard, just elongate the holes and retighten and you can leave the body mount alone too.

My truck 4x4 but similar look.


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So all in all that's a six inch lift?

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Be careful man. Don't let her pull the same trick on you that my wife did.
Gained about 3 lbs a year. Nothing you could really put your finger on.
25 years later......yeah. Just sayin.
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7, those coil overs are cranked way up
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Too bad the 3.5" spindle set isn't available for 4WD. That CST kit is only for 2WD right now. Anyone know of a 3.5" spindle for 4WD?

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