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Old 08-18-2007, 07:45 PM   #1
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Pictures of lifted 4runners

I am getting ready to lift our 01 runner and I have been reading EVERYTHING on this site about lifts, but the problem is I cant SEE the way it looks when installed.

So what I would like is for this thread to have pictures (hopefully before and after) of lifted 4runners and info on the lift.

So..........................
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Old 08-18-2007, 08:52 PM   #2
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This is after a 3" Revtek spacer lift. I am running 33x12.50 Dayton Timberlines. I am hoping to add a 3" body lift so that I can run 35's. One day she will be solid up front

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Old 08-18-2007, 09:18 PM   #3
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Suspension: Sonoran Steel #1
Tires: BFG 285's
Body lift: none

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Old 08-19-2007, 06:23 AM   #4
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Old 08-19-2007, 07:02 AM   #6
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OME coils and shocks, 4crawler 2"BL

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Old 08-19-2007, 07:39 AM   #7
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When I got it


Pretty much as it stands now!
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Old 08-19-2007, 07:57 AM   #8
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sc you should really think about modding the mounting brackets on the trailer hitch, i never realized how low it sat!

and sdstud, you should look up at that sticky called sweet rigs, pretty much the same exact thing
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Im planning on taking the body lift off soon, so, once that happens, then I'll be fine. I'm already so high, I've never come close to hitting that thing anyways.
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and sdstud, you should look up at that sticky called sweet rigs, pretty much the same exact thing

Yeah I checked that out, the only problem is there isn't much info on the lifts. What I really wanted this thread to be is a way to see what the different lifts actually look like. Espicially when they have added weight of bumpers and tire carriers.
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So which lift are you going with??


Here's my before and after shots. I went w/ the SS Lift 7.1 on my '02 Sport. I gained 3" front and 3" rear. With the TJM installed on the front, I dropped close to an inch, so now I'm at little over 2+" in the front.
I'm still running stock 265/70s (sad I know), but I'm getting ready to get some 32's or 33's soon

Check out my Profile in my sig for more info and pictures.

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I am still looking at the Sonoran Steel lifts or I might just peice one together. My father-in-law is getting the new tundrea in a few weeks and he is talking about lifting his so I was going to see if I could use his old (really they would still be new) parts and piece somthing together. But I first want to see what the other options look like and then go from there.
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the new tundra coils wouldnt work. i think.

the ones in the sonoran steel kit are from a 2004 4x4 tundra.

ask steve.

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I hate to sound like a cheerleader, but you should at least call Steve at Sonoran Steel, or just send him an email to talk about what you're looking for and his solutions. The packages he offers are well thought out. As you see across YT, he's a great guy to do business with and get to know. The fact that you're in AZ and could pickup from his shop is a plus.
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I hate to sound like a cheerleader, but you should at least call Steve at Sonoran Steel, or just send him an email to talk about what you're looking for and his solutions. The packages he offers are well thought out. As you see across YT, he's a great guy to do business with and get to know. The fact that you're in AZ and could pickup from his shop is a plus.
I have no dobut that I will be buying from Steve but I really want to actually see the lifts all in one place with info. I'm sure this thread will help alot of others too.

Thanks guys and keep them coming.
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