There's plenty of threads about lift kits/recommended suspension parts/wheels and tires. I'd flip through those when you have time to give yourself some ideas, or a shopping list.
That looks clean! Very nice Setup. Thanks for getting back to me.IMO, it looks leveled but not lifted - my 265/70/17 on -12 offset wheels looks very similar, just havent leveled it yet - Here is mine as it sits right now...
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197k - I've owned it about 6 months now. It was well taken care of, no rust etc........That looks clean! Very nice Setup. Thanks for getting back to me.
How many miles on this bad boy?
Very nice. I'm assuming you put the aftermarket wheels on yourself?197k - I've owned it about 6 months now. It was well taken care of, no rust etc........
Here's a good kit to start with. https://www.1stgenoffroad.com/store...YouTubeSeriesSequoiaSuspensionBuildKit.html#/. You can even go cheaper using adjustable bilstein 5100 on the front.Very nice. I'm assuming you put the aftermarket wheels on yourself?
I am trying to do something similar to that with budget pricing in mind.
A solid lift and nice wheels look to me like $5,000 ballpark... which is more than I want to spend at the moment.
225 tire on an 8 inch wide wheel seems terrible. Might as well lower it and camber the rear wheelsSorry - I am a complete noob when it comes to lifts....can anyone tell me if I will need a lift to get the below setup installed? or if I can just do a swap with my current stock setup...
Rim size is 16", 1" smaller than OEM Rim.