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Old 09-26-2020, 07:32 PM #1
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Westcott TRD Pro Kit Installed

Had my Westcott Designs lift installed yesterday and then today installed 285/70 Wildpeaks and had alignment done. It looks great and actually rides better than before.

Measurements for center of hub to fender:
RF Before 21 - After 23
LF Before 21 - After 23.25
RR Before 22.5 - After 23.75
LR Before 22.5 - After 23.75

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Final result with 285/70 Wildpeaks
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Looks great!
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Did you have to do a dif drop or anything else?
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Had my Westcott Designs lift installed yesterday and then today installed 285/70 Wildpeaks and had alignment done. It looks great and actually rides better than before.

Measurements for center of hub to fender:
RF Before 21 - After 23
LF Before 21 - After 23.25
RR Before 22.5 - After 23.75
LR Before 22.5 - After 23.75

Before


After


Final result with 285/70 Wildpeaks
looks great did you do the install or had a shop do it and may i ask how much to install the lift thanks
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Just found out about this lift today when talking to a local shop about lifting my 4runner. Super affordable in comparison to the other toytec/dobinsons lifts I was looking at. And I have a lower header in my garage so i'm worried when I have my ski racks on about getting close to the top of my garage after a lift.

On their web site it says it's not a spacer/body lift but having a hard time not seeing that. Did you have to do upper control arms to fit the 285/70/17 wildpeaks at all or just the lift?
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Your rig looks great! Out of curiosity, whats the finally ride height in the rear from the ground to the top of your TRD roof rack? I want to get this lift but Im concerned about not fitting in my parking garage at work. The vehicle limit is 68. I believe my rig is sitting at 65 with stock size KO2s.

I also want to get 285s but dont want to mod the body, including removing mud flaps. Are you having any rubbing issues?
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Your rig looks great! Out of curiosity, whats the finally ride height in the rear from the ground to the top of your TRD roof rack? I want to get this lift but Im concerned about not fitting in my parking garage at work. The vehicle limit is 68. I believe my rig is sitting at 65 with stock size KO2s.

I also want to get 285s but dont want to mod the body, including removing mud flaps. Are you having any rubbing issues?
285s on a stock Pro will require some trimming if you don't have an accommodating lift beyond the standard Pro lift. You can go up to 275s w/o trimming.
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285s on a stock Pro will require some trimming if you don't have an accommodating lift beyond the standard Pro lift. You can go up to 275s w/o trimming.
Do you think Id need trimming if I were to go with the Westcott lift?
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Do you think Id need trimming if I were to go with the Westcott lift?
I went with 285s with the Westcott and did not have any rubbing or require any trimming.
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Do you think Id need trimming if I were to go with the Westcott lift?
Yeah listen to Rottwagon as I have no experience with that lift.
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I went with 285s with the Westcott and did not have any rubbing or require any trimming.
This give be a lot more confidence in placing my order. May I ask, what is the final ride height from the ground to the top of the TRD Pro basket? I just want to make sure I fit inside the parking garage at work.
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