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Old 10-06-2017, 09:37 AM   #1
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How much lift from yota rear springs?

So I'm still in the planning/stockpiling stage, doing as much reading as possible but I can't seem to find the answer I'm looking for.

I know there are variables depending on 2wd/4wd, what year, what other springs are added to the pack, height of spring purches and the weight of the rig but, how much lift should I expect running Toyota rears on all 4 corners?

I'm trying to decide weather I should run them sua or soa. I want to keep this thing low. I know I'll be doing a virtual lift just a question of how much.

Proposed use of rig: family camping, hunting, rockcrawler. I plan to end up on 35-37" tires.

My thought is if I can run them sua, trim heavily on the sheetmetal and limit up travel then I'll be low and stable.

If there is a thread or post(s) that cover this please shoot me a link as I'd like to see as many other rigs with this or similar setup as possible so I can look at other future questions like will I need high steer, what shocks etc.
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Old 10-06-2017, 06:09 PM   #2
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Here's mine on Toyota pickup rear springs spoa. I think I added 2 main springs in the front packs and one main in rears but not 100% sure on that since I've changed them up so many times. Rides and flexes great, not the lowest around but I like it. Sitting on 36" iroks.



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Here's mine on Toyota pickup rear springs spoa. I think I added 2 main springs in the front packs and one main in rears but not 100% sure on that since I've changed them up so many times. Rides and flexes great, not the lowest around but I like it. Sitting on 36" iroks.



Do you have a build thread? Or a closer pic of the suspension.
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I had a build thread but the local site it was on doesn't seem to work anymore. I'll try and grab some pics later today.
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I had a build thread but the local site it was on doesn't seem to work anymore. I'll try and grab some pics later today.
Sweet thanks man
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Sorry it took so long, was underneath it the other day dropping my tcase so took a few pics. Got a bit of a lean to the drivers side currently.


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Thanks for the pics. Thatís what I was looking for
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