Curious About the Icon Setting on Toyota Tacoma?

Gearspoke

Adventurer
Hello, all wonderful people! Currently, I own a 2011 Toyota Tacoma with a regular cab, and it has four wheel drive. I have been loving my amazing truck, and it has become super handy since I live in the great Northwest. I purchased this icon stage 1 kit and I have been avoiding installing it as long as I could, but the weather is starting to get col and snowy, so I was going to us this kit to level the truck. Does anybody know how many threads should be showing, you know...how much lift? There are variations between trucks but any help would be amazing!
 

troyboy162

Adventurer
the springs are going to settle over the first few wheeling trips so I would just start with the snugged down a 1/4" past seated . Unfortunately you will have to mess with it to achieve the height you want as they settle. Find a base line height measurement for now that you can reference
 

Gearspoke

Adventurer
Thank You!

the springs are going to settle over the first few wheeling trips so I would just start with the snugged down a 1/4" past seated . Unfortunately you will have to mess with it to achieve the height you want as they settle. Find a base line height measurement for now that you can reference
Thank you very much for your response. I will play around with it and will come back if there are any complications. :)
 

Tacovendor

Explorer
If you ordered them from icon they we'll come set up for you truck. If you have any questions you should call them. We are running them in two base regular cabs and love them
 

xplrn42

Adventurer
I agree, if they are new they should be set. Install them first then adjust if necessary.


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troyboy162

Adventurer
Sure they are "set" considering the front end of a Tacoma can vary by 350 lbs lol. No real way around messing with them but when they are settled they will be pretty darn consistant after that. I don't think you guys with the newer Tacoma's have as much bump steer as 1st gens so your alignment should be more forgiving if you end up driving it around too low or too high for a day.
Get them on and enjoy zip zaping around where you used to have to go slow :)
 
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