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Old 08-29-2012, 10:53 PM #16
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Its on my to do list. Just 2 inchs cuz this is my daily driver. Then I will try and stuff me some 33X10.50 Swampers up under her!!!

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Very happy with this kit so far. Rides nice both on and offroad. 33's fit perfectly.
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Old 08-29-2012, 10:56 PM #17
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I'll post up once I get home. But please nancy don't hurt us!!!!! Some of us wouldn't survive those seven days!!
How long does it take you to get home? I want to see this thing college brat!
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Here's my current set up.
Front
Blazeland Long Travel Kit
Bilstein Shocks
OME steering damper
Stock Torsion Bars
Low Profile Compression BumpStops
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Stock Leaf Springs
99 4runner rear coil spring (ZUK Mod)
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Old 08-31-2012, 05:29 PM #19
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Here's my current set up.
Front
Blazeland Long Travel Kit
Bilstein Shocks
OME steering damper
Stock Torsion Bars
Low Profile Compression BumpStops
Rear
Stock Leaf Springs
99 4runner rear coil spring (ZUK Mod)
OME Shocks
Tires
15x8 ~3.75 BS
32x11.5x15 BFG AT
Hey toyotech, if you dont mind me asking.... how much was the blaseland kit? and it is all just bolt on right? dont tell me to go google it because i couldnt find a price anywhere. and are you happy with it overall?
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Old 08-31-2012, 08:11 PM #20
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Cool For those with different tastes...

Trail-Gear's 4" SAS with their flexible leaf springs all around. Added a 3" 4Crawler body lift for engine/header clearance. The shoes are 35" BFG Mud T/A's. Yeah, it's taller than I would prefer, but the flexibility of the springs helps keep it upright, allowing the wheels to stuff or droop further over obstacles (instead of tipping the truck too much). It's proven itself to be quite capable so far.
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Old 09-02-2012, 04:22 PM #21
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Hey toyotech, if you dont mind me asking.... how much was the blaseland kit? and it is all just bolt on right? dont tell me to go google it because i couldnt find a price anywhere. and are you happy with it overall?
From blazeland. $1387.60 taxed, core, shipped. that is including the $200 core. i wont be sending me old stuff back. since his shipping cost was around $70. i would only be getting like $130 back. oh well. than i got some t-100 axle from O Reilly. i got new ones since there is no core on new with my discount for $59.99 each. $129.46 taxed. than i order Bilstein 5100 # BIL24-185745 $162.74 taxed with $10 off coupon. free brake fluid, alignment, and labor for install *ME*
$1387.60
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my grand total $1679.80

i sold my old set up. bj spacer, sway bar drop kit, and front OME shocks. so it will bring it down a few bucks
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Trail-Gear's 4" SAS with their flexible leaf springs all around. Added a 3" 4Crawler body lift for engine/header clearance. The shoes are 35" BFG Mud T/A's. Yeah, it's taller than I would prefer, but the flexibility of the springs helps keep it upright, allowing the wheels to stuff or droop further over obstacles (instead of tipping the truck too much). It's proven itself to be quite capable so far.
you did 4 inch front and rear? the front isnt higher since you had to install a 1inch drop hanger? im looking to get trail 4 inch springs all around for my 82 but not sure if i should get 5 inch in the rear to level it out
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you did 4 inch front and rear? the front isnt higher since you had to install a 1inch drop hanger? im looking to get trail 4 inch springs all around for my 82 but not sure if i should get 5 inch in the rear to level it out
I'm having to go on secondhand info here, because the PO did this part of the build, and he told me it was 4" front and rear. This is what I planned on doing to my old stock truck, but I got lucky and found one with the exact kit I was going to get already installed, so I was able to skip that part of the build. I cannot confirm if both ends were the same, especially with the weight of a V8 up front now. As for what effect their springs would have on a 1st Gen, I'm the wrong guy to ask (all of mine have been 2nd Gen's).
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total chaos front end, sway away t-bars, coil spacers in the rear. 31" tires (for now). I just picked up some fiberglass fenders for this thing, in the process of painting them now....
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Trail Gear 3" front and 4" springs in the back. 14" Fox reservoirs in the front 12" 5100's out back. 35" Goodyear mtr's. Internal cage, addicted front bumper, trail gear rear. Duals with a budbuilt crossmember.



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Nice Tinman! Looks like a solid rig right there!
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Nice pics Tinman

The last picture with all 3 first gens is awesome!
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The last picture with all 3 first gens is awesome!
Thanks. That was our NCTTORA run at Uwharrie National Forest during July 4th. The red one is my brothers. It's the red 4runner on East Coast Gear Supplies website.
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