Author Topic: Rear long travel suspension lift for 2001 4Runner? (not spacers)  (Read 2048 times)

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What is available for lifting the rear of a 3rd gen 4Runner? :dunno:
All I've seen out there is spacers, and I'm really wanting long travel suspension...

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Doesn't all poo have something?
IFS is best kept at ambient temperature in a pile of scrap in the backyard.  When kept under a functioning vehicle, it tends to greatly diminish said vehicle's offroad ability.     -reklund5

4Runner: http://board.marlincrawler.com/index.php?topic=4580.0
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Never mind, apparently not.   :eek:
IFS is best kept at ambient temperature in a pile of scrap in the backyard.  When kept under a functioning vehicle, it tends to greatly diminish said vehicle's offroad ability.     -reklund5

4Runner: http://board.marlincrawler.com/index.php?topic=4580.0
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Total Chaos makes a system for the front, you could contact them and ask what they use to match it in the rear.
IFS is best kept at ambient temperature in a pile of scrap in the backyard.  When kept under a functioning vehicle, it tends to greatly diminish said vehicle's offroad ability.     -reklund5

4Runner: http://board.marlincrawler.com/index.php?topic=4580.0
Beastmaster: http://board.marlincrawler.com/index.php?topic=34339.0

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Search around on yotatech.  The current fad is to run FJ80 front coils in the rear of 3rd gen 4runners.
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