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Old 11-18-2021, 08:15 AM #1
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Help with lift

I have a 05 4runner and going to replace my shocks, i bought Bilstein 5100's and need to lift. am running Wildpeak load range E tires and have rubbing in rev. so i need to lift but want to keep my truck kevel. what would you guy recommmend?
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-what is your tire size?
-are you on factory wheels?
-what spring are you planning to run on with the 5100's?
-you'll need a rear spring to lift the rear, do you have any added weight?

with that said, depending on your answers above, you may not solve the rubbing issue with a simple lift. Do you know exactly where its rubbing? If you don't have the body mount chop done its probably rubbing on that. The lift may help some, but you'll have to do some trimming.
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