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Planning on installing some Camburg 2.5" coil overs to the front of my 99 TRD xCab, and new Deaver springs with Bilstein 5100 series shocks for the rear to get a 2.5"+ lift all around. Will this give me room for some BFG 32's A/T and rock sliders while still having a decent amount of ground clearance? How different will this ride be from the TRD ride. Am a newbie to the scene and would love suggestions. Also, what is the major difference between Sway-A-Way 2.0 coil overs, vs. the Camburg 2.5". Do they both allow for up to 3" lift?
 

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This will give you enough room to clear the tires on and off road. The ground clearance will come from the tire increase, not the suspension lift, and 32" tires will give you an adequate amount of . There is a tread under this folder with people submiting pics of their rigs on 32's. Check it out.
 

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i still rub my 32" MT's with 2.5" lift and pinch weld mod
 

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YoTRacer158 said:
i still rub my 32" MT's with 2.5" lift and pinch weld mod
Dont feel bad, I've got 2.5" suspension and 3" bodylift and have stuffed my 32" M/T's into the front wheel well splash shields a time or two while crawling on rocks. Never had a problem with the pinch weld though.

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im running downey 2 1/2" coilovers runnin 285/75 tires which is like 32.6 or something, and they rub if i hit it really hard but i have a 2" bdlft on the way to cure it

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Portman said:
Planning on installing some Camburg 2.5" coil overs to the front of my 99 TRD xCab, and new Deaver springs with Bilstein 5100 series shocks for the rear to get a 2.5"+ lift all around. Will this give me room for some BFG 32's A/T and rock sliders while still having a decent amount of ground clearance? How different will this ride be from the TRD ride. Am a newbie to the scene and would love suggestions. Also, what is the major difference between Sway-A-Way 2.0 coil overs, vs. the Camburg 2.5". Do they both allow for up to 3" lift?
Here is what it will look like.


The 2.0 SAW'S will work great for trails, desert running etc. If you are going to go more extreme then the 2.5" coilovers will be a better choice. There are many people who have run the 2.0 coilovers and loved them for years. The 2.5" shock will just worker better for bigger hits and take more abuse longer as the 2.0's will fade out faster. The truck in the picture is a 4x4 with a stock rear end (no lift). We recomend a 2.0 lift with a 4x4 and a 2.5" with a 2x4. You can set them to 3.0-3.5" on a 2x4 but the ride will not be as good. The reason is there will not be as much droop travel.
As for the Ride it will only be way better!
 
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