keeping the stock wheels? i vote 255's! just a question for you, would you not consider running bighorns again in either 255's or 285's?
The Maxxis were awsome tires, I have a 33x10.5 BFG KM2 and they just look cool. I am keeping the stock 16's in hopes of doing the Tundra brake upgrade when the stock ones are due.keeping the stock wheels? i vote 255's! just a question for you, would you not consider running bighorns again in either 255's or 285's?
I put the SS 1.2 lift on my 4runner earlier this year and have been very happy with it. With any significant lift on the rear 5 link suspension the axle starts shifting to the side and in my own opinion it is important to correct for this by lengthening the trackbar. The SS adjustable trackbar is a nice piece, and gives me peace of mind (there's some homonyms for ya).So I'm browsing rear suspension setup's out there and looks like the two options for my rig would be some OME 892 Coils and some OME N86 shocks from wheelers, or the 1.2 setup from Sonoran Steel. Any 4runner guys have any thoughts or opinions on these setups? I will be running a swingout, fridge, drawer system, and other goodies so weight is a factor. Wheelers said that the OME's would work great for this but I have heard that the LC coils work well with weight but give you almost 4" of lift back there which is alittle to high.