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Yep good thing you had those sliders and rear bumper. Looks like you got a lil rock rash and everything held up nicely. Good work man.
just outta curiosity if i want to run 37" tires whats the smallest lift i can do without cutting the wheel wells? i have a 1st gen 4runner
do you think it would work out better if i did 4" in front and 5" rear?
Was searching for something and came across this old jew. BUMP to a classic thread
edit: I used to work for Greiner Buick Pontiac GMC in victorville, you related to them?
Yeah, I can't stand when the "nice" 1st gens get all beat to heck too. Thanks for the compliments guys. Well, still unemployed and all of the "upgrades" to the toy come from my military disability monthly check. So, with that, I bought these dandy new lights. All of my buddys use them and I like'em. Very low draw and bright enough to get the job done. Plus, they strobe too, yaaaaa baaaby! .
The strobe function will NOT be used
It would help but, these springs droop so much that I'm thinking that a high pinion wont be enough. I'm open for any and all suggestions. Thanks for taking an interest.
Your first gen is super clean. I have an '84 that is a DD like yours. I have 4" pro comp springs, but just purchased some all pros like you because right now they're 25% off. I am not going to use a spring hanger on the front because I want to keep everything as stock as possible and the all pro guy said i could do that. The only thing i'm worried about is that my pinion angle and driveshaft length will be an issue like yours. Im wondering what you did to fix this problem. I would post pics of my truck but i don't have enough posts yet.
Nice looking rig! Love the 1st gen and the trailer set up!
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