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Old 03-15-2023, 02:12 AM #16
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Id like to know what lift people are experiencing using the 6 driver/5 pass c- clip setting? Im currently using the 7 driver/ 6 pass setting and the trucks level with the 906/60028 OME combo in back. Im looking for a bit of rake since i have no weight up front..

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You can go with 10mm trim packers in the rear too... But the datasheet states that each clip is 0.3" from the next in ride height.

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I never tried those setting for a slightly lower front ride height, but I imagined it will do what you want for rake.

I know in my initial set up it was a very nice and a fairly level stance just the slightest small degree of rake when empty in the rear. I never measured it with the inclinometer, but it was a very nice stance. Itactually handled some gear pretty well. It's just when I loaded the whole family up and all the gear. It struggled a bit contacting the Duro bumps a lot. That's the only reason I went up in rear coils, and now it's very raked.....lol.

Once I get finished moving, I'm going to take a few weeks and tear apart the entire 4Runner. Next setup will be new lower arms since the bushings are junk, JBA uppers,the front 6112s up to the 2.3" setting to see where lands.

I think the direction you're taking it to make the front and work with the rear springs is a smart way to go. I do like the additional clearance from the rear bumps when I'm wheeling with the 890s, but there's no doubt that it's a very large jump in spring, and it certainly changes the vehicle handling dynamics. I never noticed the body roll before as it was pretty much fine, now I have an Eimkeith bracket sitting on the bench to be welded.

I still have a strong desire to go up to bigger tires than I have currently, but unless that's the goal, I think you have the right idea. Just lower the front a touch and call it a day.
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Hello, Iím planning on lifting my stock 2001 and want to go the 6112/5160 route. Iíve been trying to find some info on it but I canít seem to find much.
I plan on doing 4x innovation bumpers front and rear with tire carrier. Would I have to get different springs in the 6112 to account for the extra weight? What springs should I run in the back? I plan on adding a drawer system for storage in the back as well.
Iím currently running 265/75 16 tires and I might go to 33s once these wear out, would I be fine to fit 33s with a 2inch setting? I want to get it done right the first time since Iíd rather get the 6112 pre assembled.
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I Have An Idea That Might Explain Things..

EDIT: Finally got around to changing the c-clip position to 6 D/ 5 P which yields about ~1.25 -1.50" of lift. With 265/75-16s its an improvement in how it looks as well how it drives. Thanks for the help.





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