Discussion in 'Lifted' started by UGA RAM, Jan 30, 2016.
4" lift , 35x12.5 toyo mt , 20x10 fuel assault rims
2012 2wd single cab
4" lift, 35x12.5 toyo mt's, 20x10 fuel assault rims.
So my first attempt at installing my coil spacers was a failure. Didn't think about it at the time but I should have put the coil compressors on before lowering the lower control arm instead of after lowering the arm. Took me a while to realize where I went wrong. My buddy needed his compressors back to help out one of his friends. Due to the lack of space on the 2wd trucks, should I use an inside the coil compressor? Also, any recommendations? I want to have this done in the next few weeks. Need to buy a new jack, too. Thanks.
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Pushed the wrong quote button. Kindly ignore me until I learn how to forum.
Finally get to contribute to this thread...
2" Daystar Coil Spacer
33x12.5x17 Atturo Trail Blade MT
17x9 -12mm Raceline Defender Wheels, Satin Black
Still have a drop in the back, not coming out anytime soon.
No rubbing but I feel like I will need new arms after some time. They do sometimes hit the coil pocket going over tall speed bumps and longer sway bar end links I'm sure will help. I'm happy so far.
Never heard of anyone needing longer sway bar links?
Maybe its a mind trip but it seems like the position they are in is kind of stressing them out but it could just be me
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