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Old 04-02-2013, 01:02 PM
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I'll be following this thread.

I'm about to pull the trigger on RCX 6" lift for my 2007...so I'd like to see what people say.

so I just did some quick googling with some toyota guys talking about 6" lifts with IFS.

Their only point is it's bad for "true offroading", rock crawling and such. Because yes you are lifting high...but you don't get any more flex than stock. They keep callin people with 6" IFS lifts "mall crawlers"...seems like they have tiny dicks and wanna crap all over anyone who doesn't wheel like them.

So if you want it to sit high, and just romp through some mud...I don't see why not. But don't expect to be able to crawl over boulders and steep embankments. But then again..why would we do that in a full size pick up? That's what Jeeps are smaller wheel based trucks are for.
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