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honestly... how bad is the ride with a set of spacers? if my truck is going to be a street queen then do i really need the coilovers? i need feedback about spacers...
 

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cauch235 said:
honestly... how bad is the ride with a set of spacers? if my truck is going to be a street queen then do i really need the coilovers? i need feedback about spacers...
Honestly, there's no way someone can quantify how bad the ride is. Some say it's really bad, others say its not bad at all. But no matter how you look at it, "bad" is a relative term, and varies from person to person. What's bad for one person may not be so bad for another. It's one of those things you may just have to try for yourself and see how bad you think it is. If the ride is too harsh, then sell 'em and get coilovers.
 

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If you're going to do a long trip on the Stockicos, you'd better plan on a lot of sleep when you get there because you'll be suffering from driver fatigue for sure. I love my 'yota but it's probably the worst riding vehicle in the USA at the moment.
 

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it's not that "bad"....my spacers are in TRD progressive coils...so it's suppose to be EXTRA stiff..but i really don't feel it.....now if i had coilovers before than for some reason i sold those coilovers and got some spacers...than it would prob be really bad...

like synovous said no one can give a striaght answer...
 

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Yea I mean I guess it is all relative. You just have to feel it with your own ass. :)
 

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I got the revtec 3" and it isn't bad. I haven't tried the coil overs though. I bet those are alot better.
 

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cauch235 said:
honestly... how bad is the ride with a set of spacers? if my truck is going to be a street queen then do i really need the coilovers? i need feedback about spacers...

I had 2.5" CF spacers on TRD coils and HD bilsteins with BFG At's. It was stiffer than stock but I didnt mind it. Alot also depends on what tires you are running and at what pressure. It makes a big difference with my current 35" MT's. Also, you could use a more traditional shock, (moroe sensor trac or something) it may be more bouncy, but cushier as well.
 
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