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Old 10-11-2019, 11:34 PM #1
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OME lift coil heights?

Im aware of the lift faq. I always thought that was the most correct. However, between the lift faq, toytec, wheelers, and low range, every one of them lists a different height for each spring.

I just want 2.5-3 in the front and 3 in the rear.

Please and thank you.
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Im aware of the lift faq. I always thought that was the most correct. However, between the lift faq, toytec, wheelers, and low range, every one of them lists a different height for each spring.

I just want 2.5-3 in the front and 3 in the rear.

Please and thank you.
http://www.sleeoffroad.com/installat...ring_specs.pdf
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Im sorry Im not sure how to interpret this.
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For 3 rear lift you will want 891 (2891) if you carry any weight, or 890 if not...not sure about the front.


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Im aware of the lift faq. I always thought that was the most correct. However, between the lift faq, toytec, wheelers, and low range, every one of them lists a different height for each spring.

I just want 2.5-3 in the front and 3 in the rear.

Please and thank you.
Every 4Runner will get varying amounts of lift from the same components due to before height differences caused by spring sag and what year you have.
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Every 4Runner will get varying amounts of lift from the same components due to before height differences caused by spring sag and what year you have.
Exactly. And if the OP doesn't tell anyone what he has for a 4runner, and what he is starting with, no one can help him.

For example, my 3rz runner has been an experiment in suspension because the standard info does not apply.
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