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Old 07-29-2019, 06:47 PM #1
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FS: 3rd gen Toytec 3" rear springs -$125 Central KY

Lightly used (~3k miles?) rear springs. Part number 9602-D, which I guess is the same as what they're selling as 9602RC-P? These came as part of the 3" Toytec/Eibach kit.

I ran these for a few months and decided to get some slightly shorter springs. These have been gathering dust in my basement for a while and I have no need for them.

Asking $125, willing to ship. IM me here or email me at my username at gmail.



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Forgive the ignorance but I'm local to you and this is an appealing deal. I'm running 99 tall springs right now. I'm wanting to run 285/75/16 on it and I'm reading that I need 3" to do so safely. What would I need to do for the front to balance these out? Could I get away with doing another set of 3" springs up front?
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Forgive the ignorance but I'm local to you and this is an appealing deal. I'm running 99 tall springs right now. I'm wanting to run 285/75/16 on it and I'm reading that I need 3" to do so safely. What would I need to do for the front to balance these out? Could I get away with doing another set of 3" springs up front?
You need 2.5-3" up front to run 285s. I have about 2.25" of lift, with 1.25" spacers and adjustable upper control arms to run 285s.

This is a good starting point for reading about different lift setups: 3rd Gen 4Runner Lift Information and FAQ's - Toyota 4Runner Forum - Largest 4Runner Forum
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