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All I know there are endless threads on lift and such, but I wanted to get yall's expert opinions on what I am think of doing. All I am interested in is leveling my 4x4. I measured the front and rear wheel wells and there is a 2" difference. So I am thinking of just getting the Toytec 2" spacers. Will this have the desired effect?

Also, will 255/85 R16s work with this setup?

Thanks for your patients and advice.

Jim
 

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Are the wheel wells on an even plane??? When I look at a picture of a tacoma from the side, sitting level, it looks to me like the rear wheel well is on a higher plane than the front wheel well. Check it out:




farkie said:
All I know there are endless threads on lift and such, but I wanted to get yall's expert opinions on what I am think of doing. All I am interested in is leveling my 4x4. I measured the front and rear wheel wells and there is a 2" difference. So I am thinking of just getting the Toytec 2" spacers. Will this have the desired effect?

Also, will 255/85 R16s work with this setup?

Thanks for your patients and advice.

Jim
 

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Hey thanks for the reply. When I measured my truck I was on a flat surface. Additionally I measured the front and rear bumper and there was a 3" difference. Do you LB's have this much rake? I got a reply from Doug at Toytec, he says that the 2" may settle to about 1.5" and that I should go with a full 3" lift to level the truck out. I really don't want to go that high and it is mainly a looks issue for me. With this in mind I think I will go with the 2.5" spacers along and if needed in the future add something to the rear?

Also any input on the size tires I was interested in? 255/85 r16.

Thanks again
 
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