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Old 09-30-2021, 01:49 PM   #10
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Lift spacers are the budget way to go. There are 2 common lift springs available (TRD and Chuhatsu Plus Multiroad), with a 3rd in the works (RCE Rally X [I'm waiting on these for the spring rates]). All 3 are roughly .5" lift. The lift springs dont increase total travel, but trade off droop for the extra height. Above .5" lift you start to need rear subframe correction. If you run a combination of springs and spacers, you need the equivalent total height for your rear subframe spacers (1" spacer + .5" spring = 1.5" rear correction). Combine with better shocks for best result (such as Bilstein B6)
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