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    Default my 6" procomp lifted tundra crewmax

    just wanted to post some pics of my tundra crewmax that just got lifted by nobile truck not the dealership. and also i was the first one to get mine lifted in modesto, and one in a half week later you see two at the dealership lifted like mine but got ugly rims on.
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    Default Re: my 6" procomp lifted tundra crewmax

    One hell of a TRUCK!! Can you post more pics please. I am so jealous of all the lifts you Tundra owners put on these trucks.

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    Default Re: my 6" procomp lifted tundra crewmax

    Why do like those skinny step up boards I mean I like the lift and all steal waiting on
    my truck but if I were you I would get some wide runing boards from toyota just
    my 0.02.

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    Default Re: my 6" procomp lifted tundra crewmax

    More pics (from the sunny side) please, and whats the wheel/tire size?

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    Default Re: my 6" procomp lifted tundra crewmax

    Looks sweet. Pls share more details and pics.
    2007 Silver Crewmax 5.7 4X4/SR5/TRD

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    Default Re: my 6" procomp lifted tundra crewmax

    Post up some more info especially what tire size is that.

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    Default Re: my 6" procomp lifted tundra crewmax

    Now that you've got that much lift you need Bigger tires. They look
    small now....
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    Default Re: my 6" procomp lifted tundra crewmax

    i will try to get more pics as of right now the specs on the wheels are 20x9 KMC XD Hoss and 33/12.50R20 Toyo Mud Terrain.

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    Default Re: my 6" procomp lifted tundra crewmax

    Upgrade to some 35x12R's

    Get some 15" rims as well!

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    Default Re: my 6" procomp lifted tundra crewmax

    Quote Originally Posted by Tundra-Master View Post
    Get some 15" rims as well!
    OK! lol!
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    Default Re: my 6" procomp lifted tundra crewmax

    If you don't mind... what does it cost total to have the 6" procomp lift?

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    Default Re: my 6" procomp lifted tundra crewmax

    Having more sidewall is a benefit.

    15" rims will not clear the brakes.

    I would shoot for 17's on 35's.

    Big rims look silly on an offroad vehicle.

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    Default Re: my 6" procomp lifted tundra crewmax

    17's wont fit UNLESS if you grind down the calipers.. lol maybe should look into things before making silly assumptions.

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    Default Re: my 6" procomp lifted tundra crewmax

    Quote Originally Posted by ToyGuy69 View Post
    Having more sidewall is a benefit.

    15" rims will not clear the brakes.

    I would shoot for 17's on 35's.

    Big rims look silly on an offroad vehicle.
    Depends on the Back spacing.


    Go for some 15" rims with about 3-3.5" Backspacing. They should fit.

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    Thumbs up Re: my 6" procomp lifted tundra crewmax

    Yes 17's will clear w/the proper offset; 15's NO WAY.

    Please avoid anything bigger than 18's if going for 35 or 37" tires.

    Sidewall is sexier than alloy and it's functional.

    Lets kill the Big Rim trend on trucks right here and now.
    Last edited by ToyGuy69; 10-07-2007 at 10:50 PM.

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