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#1 Clinton Anderson

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Posted 10 June 2007 - 10:42 AM

hi im looking to put a 2" lift on my toyota hilux and i was wondering which brand or type should i go 4???? which 1s are the best???

any help would be good

cheers clinton :D

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#2 JJCRU23R

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Posted 22 June 2007 - 12:09 AM

are you in NSW? if not then teh following info may or may not help you.

your suspension should depend on what you want to do..
rock hopping or doing hill climbs, driving through mud etc?

is it leaf or coil spring?
id recommend ranchoz suspension since you can adjust them from hard to soft settings without leaving the drivers seat.

lookup OUT OF TOWN 4WD, ARB, TRACTION 4...

theres a couple places in blacktown that i used 2 go 2 when i drove my bundera.. never had the money for most of the stuff i wanted. cant remember the name.. but they are in kings langley or kings park.. not sure. but yea not far from sunnyholt rd.

heres 1 site you can check out
http://www.bbmotorsp...ategory44_1.htm

unless you are driving offroad pretty regularly... or your hilux is strictly for offroad only *not used for shopping*, then you shouldnt consider getting a lift. looks good... greater visability by looking 3-4 cars over provided they are all lowered civics lol.. but yea.. if its your daily driver, it aint practical.

if u just dont give a ***** and have the money and want it anyway, then

#3 grima88

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Posted 22 June 2007 - 09:19 PM

On 93 Lux thats not really a huge task (seeing as its live axle front and back) just some new leafies and shocks should do it (as well as all the little bits to go with it)

Yeah can't remember brands but try Old Man Emu (avail. at ARB), and the TJM brand ones maybe?

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Posted 02 December 2008 - 03:18 PM

Cant go past ARB ..Thats who fitted me out and not a bad price...Tjm have a nice ride to them ...my 4Runner has a 2 inch lift....as you can see below..Needed stability with the Commodore Conversion..v6 vp 3.8 litre..

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Posted 17 February 2009 - 08:04 PM

i just had my leafs done lifted it by 58mm... got it done at arb and they fitted old man emu very happy so far.. i have a 2inch body lift getting sent to me now so it will be fitted by the wkd i hope... if any 1 knows if i will have to extend my brake lines and stuff like that??
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Posted 02 March 2009 - 09:02 PM

Im gettin mine from EFS... 3"... Shocks, leafs, ext brake lines, steering dampener, Torque rod, the whole lot.. Fitted, balanced everything... Drive in, drive out.. 3g's

Bundled with my 3" body lift.. She'll be high!

Edited by ~Dj Dirty, 02 March 2009 - 09:03 PM.


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