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Old 08-27-2012, 11:30 PM #1
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Arrow Official Classics Lift and Tire thread

I looked, but could not find one. If there is a thread already, point me to it and I will move my stuff there. If not, I think we should sticky an "official" thread to consolidate all the lift info in to one thread, just for the classic section. (All the other gens have their own, I am feeling left out.)

Here is the SS Minnow on 33" BFG Mud Terrain KM's lifted by the OME 2" kit with ball joint spacers from Toytec up front.

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1987 SR5 Bissonsaurus. 22RE. Auto. Double top shift transfercasess. CroMo Low gear set. Homemade CV driveshafts: Front is square tube; the rear is stock Frankenstein with long travel slip joint. Home made or Bud built cross member and skid plate ( I don't remember which truck has which). Home built Solid axle swap. 52 inch leaf springs. Yukon Gear lockers. CroMo axle shafts. Lower gears (don't remember ratio). Home made front and rear bumpers. Homemade roll cage (EVERYONE RUN). 4 point racecar seatbelts. 35/12.50 R 15 Bajaclaws on 15 /10 rims. Spidertrax spacers on front. some long shock absorbers and a steering stabilizer.... About a hundred pounds of welding wire....
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Old 08-27-2012, 11:53 PM #3
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...Oh yeah and AT LEAST 4 lug nuts on each wheel!
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Great thread Idea.

87 4runner. No lift, upper bumpstops trimmed, swaybar removed on 31s










92 "2nd gen" No lift, upper bumpstops and swaybar removed, 2-3" fender trim, semi-tubed firewall, on Pro-comp M/Ts 35s








Stuffed with the wheel straight, no rubbing



Stuffed with the wheel turned, just barely rubs



Stuffed turning in, also just barley touches, but its smooth so its not hurting anything.


I vote to sticky.
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I vote to sticky.
Good idea! Someone page Nancy and let her know we want this stickied!
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I'll play!

Most guys here know what runner is mine but for those that don't, it's the superior gray one in front of the red hooptie

Lift is a front end of a Rough Country bracket lift which is about 4", the torsion bars have been relaxed a bit to lower it a little so it's probably about 3". The rear is a trail-gear 4" lift with the spring packs bas****ized to lower the rear and soften the ride so it's probably about a 3" lift. Tires are 35x12.5 KM2's.

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Nancy says that you guys need a 7 day ban....lol
here is one of the HULK 4 inch super lift, all spring sitting on 34x10.50x15 TSL swampers with Interco Hole shot wheels. with 22re powered 4.56 gears M/T


And here is a the Snowcamp. 5 inch super lift soft ride all spring lift sitting on 315x80x16 Dunlap mud rovers that are toast! powered by 2L toyota diesel engine soon to be a 2LTurbo diesel


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i had this stickied then realized people may not see it, so we will leave it in regular threads for a week then ill stick it again.
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My 89 has 4 inch rough country in front, torsion bars cranked down, 3 inch body (soon to be less), and 2 inch extended shackles in the rear. My tires are 35-12.5-15 Kumho Road Venture MT's.



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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!!

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Mine has a 4" rough country + add-a-leaf and tbar crank (2-3")+ 1" bl for around 7" or 8" of lift. I run 36x15.5 Baja ATZ on 15x10 Rims with a nice amount of room for flexibility. You don't need as much lift as I do to clear 36x12.5's... mine are just stupid wide and leave me less room to turn.

Nice thread btw, I was looking for something like this a few years ago.


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No lift but got me a killer set of Swampers!!!!
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Lift that B&^CH!!!
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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