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I have a 3 inch ready lift, which is a spacer lift i believe, on my 2006 tundra DC and i was wondering if anybody knows whether or not i can put Bilstein Height Adjustable 5100 Shocks on the front along with the 3 inch ready lift? or maybe even ToyTec Coil Overs with Bilstein Shocks on the front instead of the 5100 shocks?
 

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if i remember right, you cant do that because it puts your whole front end in huge stress. the only way you can lift it at low cost with the lift you already have is to go with a body lift, or you will have to go with a full out susp. lift
 

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you could do it with 5100s providing they are set at the lowest notch(no lift) but what is the point in that? If you want to do it to stack lift, it is highly recommended NOT to do it. If you manage to squeeze it all in, you will destroy your truck in a hurry. If you want more lift, just to be tall, get the RCD 6" lift, and/or a body lift. These methods both keep acceptable steering/suspension geometry.
 
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