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Old 05-06-2019, 09:41 PM #1
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Rough Country 3in Toyota Suspension Lift Kit

Has anyone had any experience with the newest 3" lift for the 5th gens from Rough Country???


3in Suspension Lift Kit for 10-19 Toyota 4-Runner 2wd/4wd [76630] | Rough Country Suspension Systems(R)


Even if you havent had experience with this lift kit, would you use it?

Yes or No and why...
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Purely cosmetic and I would have a hard time trusting this kit. If you ever get a wild hair and want to off road in it, I'd highly recommend that you don't. I don't know how much this cost but it shouldn't be more than $250 bucks. You get what you pay for. Do it right. At least get an Eibach lift kit and get good shocks and good springs, not great but good.

Edit - I just looked at the link, $250. Nice guess lol. I'd be a pro at price as right car parts edition.

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I was thinking this thing was purely cosmetic as well... Last weeked I took my stock 2017 SR5 on some OHV trails out in UWharrie and was very pleased with how far I could take a bone stock 4runner. So now Im just looking to add height, tires and possible frame sliders to avoid any slips along the trails.
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I just had this lift installed last Friday. So far so good. I plan on upgrading later on to something better but it fits my needs for now.




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I just had this lift installed last Friday. So far so good. I plan on upgrading later on to something better but it fits my needs for now.




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That looks nice, I admit but I would have my worries about it as well. If this is a stepping stone for you then let the modding begin here soon lol.
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NO way would i trust this kit. I wouldn't touch Rough Country suspension or even the sticker they put in the suspension box with a stick. You get the idea by looking at your poll. Here comes generic answer.... If you want a solid lower budget suspension just add $100-$150 dollars to your $250 you will spend here and get Bilstein 5100s all around. Adjust on the front and use spacer in the rear. You will have all new shocks and a system that millions on millions of 4runners out there are running now or have run in the past!
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NO way would i trust this kit. I wouldn't touch Rough Country suspension or even the sticker they put in the suspension box with a stick. You get the idea by looking at your poll. Here comes generic answer.... If you want a solid lower budget suspension just add $100-$150 dollars to your $250 you will spend here and get Bilstein 5100s all around. Adjust on the front and use spacer in the rear. You will have all new shocks and a system that millions on millions of 4runners out there are running now or have run in the past!
I agree completely. A stock 4 runner will get you most places with a $20 diff breather mod and better than stock AT tires. then start saving your money for a good entry level kit like the 5100s or wait a couple extra months past that and do the Dobinson's kit. Their base kit with the code given on this forum is less than $800 and not only includes upgraded shocks but new upgraded coils as well and you will be much better off.
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Any spacer lift is a no go in my book.
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