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Hey guys, I was wondering if there is a way to raise my '08 SR5 up about 2-3" without buying a lift kit. Does anybody know of a way?
 

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Put it on jackstands.
 

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I was looking at ToyTec coilovers, but they are runnin about $840 after discount. Anybody know where I can get those cheaper? I looked on eBay, and no luck.
 

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From no money to coil overs??!! That's a big jump. Bilstein 5100's are the best and least expensive way to do it IMO. You can also go the spacer route which is slightly cheaper than the 5100's.
 

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From no money to coil overs??!! That's a big jump. Bilstein 5100's are the best and least expensive way to do it IMO. You can also go the spacer route which is slightly cheaper than the 5100's.
Agreed, if you have the money go with the coilovers but for the money and ease of installation you can't beat the bilsteins.
 

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FWIW --- I have the LRO kit with the rear block installed. Installation was easy and it came out exactly how I wanted. Total for the kit and tools (didn't have a breaker bar, 24mm socket, and a 36" pry bar) was $350 with shipping to my door.
 

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From no money to coil overs??!! That's a big jump. Bilstein 5100's are the best and least expensive way to do it IMO. You can also go the spacer route which is slightly cheaper than the 5100's.
Never said I didn't have any money. I just said without buying a lift kit ;)
 

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The answer is no.

The stock suspension is not adjustable....which means you must add or change something if you want to lift the truck.

KiL
 
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