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Reuse my 2" spacer with TRD Pro suspension?

Discussion in 'Suspension' started by Alexstundra, Aug 20, 2018.

  1. Aug 20, 2018 at 11:42 AM
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    Got a good deal on trd pro suspension. Anyway I can reuse my 2" spacer into of the new trd pro I'll have it set at middle height and new zone uca
     
  2. Aug 20, 2018 at 11:44 AM
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    put some preload on your coilovers instead of using a spacer. what are you trying to achieve ? you could use CoachBuilder shims on top to gain a bit more but 2" spacer is way too much. gonna ride like shit.
     
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  3. Aug 20, 2018 at 12:14 PM
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    Even if I put it on lowest or middle setting. ? I like the height it's at now and I realize the trd pro will probally be same height without spacer but I have a mental thing that says if it's costing you this much money it should be atleast half inch bigger lol. I don't want any crazy lift just a little more a little bigger lmao
     
  4. Aug 20, 2018 at 12:16 PM
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    And sorry first time messing with my suspension besides add a leaf and spacer but by preload you mean put it on a higher setting?
     
  5. Aug 20, 2018 at 12:22 PM
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    As far as I know the pro suspension is nonadjustable in height. Other than spacers on top. Pro suspension gives about 2”. A 1/4” CB shim equates to 1/2” of lift so stack 2 for an inch extra lift. Possibly need to extend bump stops to protect the shocks. I forget which company but someone makes a specific lift for the pro suspension as well. Maybe someone can chime in with that. From my understanding when you go with too much spacer you run the risk of bottoming out your shocks and destroying them if you wheel it hard. This is why bump stop extensions may be necessary.
     
  6. Aug 20, 2018 at 12:36 PM
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    Pretty simple...spacers = cheap. Pro suspension =/= cheap.

    Even though Coachbuilder shims are still just small spacers.
     
  7. Aug 20, 2018 at 12:40 PM
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    Okay so theoretically if I put the shims in to get another inch. I shouldn't need new ucas?
     
  8. Aug 20, 2018 at 12:41 PM
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    Bc my alignment isn't perfect now. I was assuming I'd get another inch of lift and def need ucas. But since that's not the case stock should be ok? I don't go hard off-roading often but ya never know what might pop up lol
     
  9. Aug 20, 2018 at 12:47 PM
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    Yes spacers =cheap. Im trying to understand Pro suspension =/=cheap. Obviously it’s not bypass style toytec, kings or Ads, but definitely not crap. Brand new pro isn’t worth the money but if the deal is right it can be worth it. To bad its not rebuildable and doesn’t have adjustable clickers. I got mine for 1k and im happy. But I wouldn’t pay retail $2400+ for it! But bypass shocks front and rear for 1k was nice in my book and for my use.
     
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    Some get away without uca at 3” of lift and some dont. It’s borderline. I personally would want UCAs at 3”. I left mine at 2”
     
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    Yeah I got a good deal about the same as you. Def not worth full price. Hope my 295/70/18 still fit
     
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    It should fit depending on offset. Maybe a little massage of the fender liner and mudflap removal. Can’t hurt to get a body mount chop.
     
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    I meaning =/= as does not equal...like a line through an equal sign but I couldn’t do that so I did the slash between two. So Pro suspension does not equal cheap.

    Sorry :)
     
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    I have 295 70 18 on stock trd wheels. Took off mud flaps and trimmed skidplate a bit. That is the biggest u can possibly fit with a 3/1 level on stock rims.
     
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    Haha no need to be sorry bro!
    Pro suspension>Cheap spacers. lol
     
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    I know way better than spacers I can tell that the stock trd are rougher than without spacer. Just getting tired of having to try to sell so many extra parts lol I'll post pics soon.
     
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    305s with stock wheels and no spacers I can't even fit my pinky in between the uca and tire
     
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    You are correct good sir
     
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    Looking forward to see your finished product. Good luck I’m still running the stock Michelin‘s on my 18s. Waiting for them to wear out and then I’m just gonna go moderate with 275/17/18. Trying to keep the pep in my trucks step for now and hold on to a few of those MPG‘s. When the money is there I want to re-gear to 4.88 then I may consider 295. I came from a quick suv so it’s hard for me to compromise that LOL.
     
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    I don't know what spacer you have, but most of the spacers that I looked at notes that it fits all Tundras EXCEPT TRD Pro. Based on that I would say that you need to confirm if your specific spacer can actually be used with the Pro suspension.
     
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    New ko off-road bumper with winch comming

    IMG_3193.jpg
     
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    I saw the ready lift maybe I'll throw another grand at the truck for that after I get new bumper lol :eek2:
     
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    Sounds like a plan. Expensive plan but it’s a plan LOL before you spend all that money make sure you consider going with a different set up altogether that can get you what you want to achieve in one shot. But I am a TRD part lover LOL so I like your first plan ha ha.

    I think if I had money to throw at it I would be looking at some rebuildable toytec, kings or ADS. I was even considering something simple like old man emu that came with everything I need plus optional heavier duty front springs for a winch.
     
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    I know but just under $1,100 for trd pro suspension I don't think I can pass that up
     
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    I’m just saying when you start adding that spacer kit for another thousand dollars you’re almost to the point of possibly choosing a different set up. Sorry if that’s messing with you man. I love my pro suspension!
     
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