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I know there are alot of threads reguarding lifts already but im lazy and dont want to post under others...so my question is whats better for a 3inch lift...toy tec or fab tech?
 

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Trevor
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Better is a relative term. What is good for one may not be as good for another. There is no one answer as to what is "better." Define your obectives are as far as lift goes if you want a proper answer.
 

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See now you are asking a question which is subjective? People have there own opinions on what is better?
But from the 2 that you mentioned, aren't they different types of lifts? (Apples /Oranges) Well maybe not that different??
I think DR's or Fabtech would be the same catagory or All Pro's or Camburgs. (all adjustable C/O)

Best value (most affordable) would be Toytec.

Ease of install would have to go to the Adjustable coilovers. It is only R&R.

It would depend on what your budget will allow??

With any of these lifts if you plan to go to 3" of lift? more than likely you'll need a set of UCA's also!
if 2.5" and bellow then Camburg's , TC, or All pro UCA's would work.
If 3" of lift then only the TC's, and the All Pro UCA's would work.

There is a lot of thing that you can learn. This forum has a great deal of information. But you need to be willing to take some time and sift through the older posts.
Good luck!!
 

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AWDios said:
hopefully you won't find too many people too lazy to respond to another, just as you don't want to post in another, or use the search tool.
I would have to agree!! Proclaiming your Laziness as an excuse not to search, will NOT help your cause!!:lol: :lol:
 

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Hurleyguy751 said:
I know there are alot of threads reguarding lifts already but im lazy and dont want to post under others...so my question is whats better for a 3inch lift...toy tec or fab tech?
So let me get this right. You are too lazy to look , so you want us to post an answer for you that we have more than likely done before at least ten times. ummmm NO! your gonna have to look it up
 

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So let me get this right. You are too lazy to look , so you want us to post an answer for you that we have more than likely done before at least ten times. ummmm NO! your gonna have to look it up
YOu guys suck. It probably took you longer to type that rejection post, than to actually add an informative reply.
 

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netranger6 said:
YOu guys suck. It probably took you longer to type that rejection post, than to actually add an informative reply.
I Just put on my lift this past weekend. I went with the 3" toytec with spacers in the front. I say just go with the 3". Its not that hard to install.
 

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why would we want to help someone who is lazy like that, at least contribute before you want an answer without doing anything for the forum, this thread should be deleted, and he should search a little before asking a stupid question... would he like a stupid answer...try rev tec... they are the best!! haha

(no offence to anyone with that lift!)
 

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HUTCHSTACo said:
why would we want to help someone who is lazy like that, at least contribute before you want an answer without doing anything for the forum, this thread should be deleted, and he should search a little before asking a stupid question... would he like a stupid answer...try rev tec... they are the best!! haha

(no offence to anyone with that lift!)
YOU JERK! lol jk i have toytec :lol: . and my answer to the "lazy guy", just go with the 884's and alcans (toytec). best bang for your buck and your truck will still ride amazing.
 

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^ second that... try a search dude, you'll get along much better with everyone on here...

I am running 884 and Alcans- nice ride except for speed bumps..
 

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i did cornfed...similar to toytec... i would use them again, this is my second lift from them... but i think toytec is the best deal going now for the quality and price
 
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