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post #1 of (permalink) Old 02-03-2001, 02:32 PM Thread Starter
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94 Toyota 2wd lift info wanted.....

A friend of mine has a 94 2wd Toy, with the 22 (RE?) and the 5 speed tranny. He is thinking about lifting it some, just enough to clear some bigger, more capable tires. Maybe 31x10.5R15's. Anyways, I'm helping him out, and here's what he's looking for:
-Good quality components. He's not going to be duning it much, or doing Baja, but having the lift strong enough to take some good ol' abuse/fun is a definate must.
-Not ride like a buck board wagon. His wife has agreed that he could lift it. That means she wants to ride in it.
-Be maintenance friendly, meaning the lift won't adversly affect the life span of any of the other components due to it's being there. I understand that with a lift, the greater stresses it causes makes everything wear out a little bit faster, but I am refering to stuff wearing out drastically faster.

That's about it right now. Any help would be appreciated and any advice is more than welcome.

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Re: 94 Toyota 2wd lift info wanted.....

If it's not really for off-road, maybe he'd consider a body lift? Cheap, easy to install, clears bigger tires, and bigger tires allow more clearance. But if he is going to put it to good use off-road, then some blocks or shackles or add-a-leafs in the rear, and some spindles, w/ longer a-arm is a pretty good set-up. Good luck

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Re: 94 Toyota 2wd lift info wanted.....

I have for sale for 89-95 Toy 2wd: Fabtech upper arms, Downey torsions, and 2 Pro Comp front shocks(longer than stock....need spacers to make them work without bottoming out). Price is $325, in Oceanside.

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Re: 94 Toyota 2wd lift info wanted.....

Dude, I totally forgot to mention you were selling that man. My bad, later,

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Re: 94 Toyota 2wd lift info wanted.....

No worries bro! I havent sold those Downey springs either. Seems like these days, People are buying the upper and lower long a arm kits, fabricating center mount arms, or going for I beam Fords up front. Out back, most upgrade to long Nationals or Deavers, or if they are truly bucks up....4 LINK for sure!!!!!!!

Wish i would have done that instead of the Nationals,but it was what i could afford.

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