Just thought it would be interesting to get everyone to measure their trucks from the same spot and describe their setups(lift,tires,packages,etc.). So if everyone measures from the top of their wheel wells we can all have something to compare with.
Hey, I measured my height on my Toyota and I got 47 inches in back and about 46 1/2" in the front. It was a little hard to get the exact measure because my tires stick out past my tires,so I had to use a stick to line it up. I also measured my Sister's '90 Jeep YJ Wrangler with 4" susp. 33"s and her measurements were 37" from fender to ground, hers to stuck out and were hard to be exactly on the money but that is good enough. What are your measurements?
Mine are 49 inches from the ground and I just got my coil spacers in today so in the near future it will be 52 plus another 2 or 3 when I get bigger tires <IMG SRC="/board/images/smilies/icon_smile.gif">
97 1500 4x4
3" Body Lift
35x12.50r15 SSRs on 15x10 589's
I think it is a bit low though as the coils and leafs are sagging a bit after 120,000 miles and lots of max flexing. A new set of coils and leafs will get me an inch or two back. I noticed sagging starting about 2 years ago, rear is getting worse lately.
Hey Bob, My Toyota is a 94 dlx pickup. Nothing special but I have put a lot of time and money into it and it looks a whoe lot better. I don't have any pictures right now. I am trying to get my friends scanner to scan them. I will postthem up when I scan them. Do you own a Toyota?
I had 2 of them. I had a 98 Tacoma Ext. CAb 4x4 with the 4cyl and a 2000 Tacoma Ext. Cab 4x4 with the 6cyl. Great trucks. I had the 2000 lifted 2.5" and runnin 32" MTR's on 15x8.5 hellcats. Great truck, just needed more room, so I went with Dodge.
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