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Hi there. I own a 2006 Tacoma TRD Sport extended cab(black) I picked up in march of 06 brand new.

The bug bit me, and now im going all out. Im getting a 6" fabtech lift, 35" tires and 18" Amp-Flathead wheels.

Can somebody please post a picture of an extended cab 05-07 with a 6" lift and 35" in tires so I can get some sort of an idea what I'll be looking at?

Thank you for your help.
 

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Quietly back away from this post and use the " search " function before the locals are awakend and they attack. :)
 

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Wow that silver truck linked looks great. I can't wait to get mine done. It should be very soon here. Im anxious to see how the wheels are going to look on it, I looked through alot of stuff and settled pretty firmly on Amp-Flatheads. Thanks for info peoples.
 

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Sorry about that sir. Please don't ban me. I'll try to get this moved and have my account suspended as a measure of good faith.
 

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If you are going to wheel it, I would urge you to keep the lift and tire size down to a roar. All you'll wind up doing is lifting your CG and putting it on it's lid if you're not very careful. This is because you haven't increased your wheel travel worth a squat.

Also you will need to factor in the cost of regearing both diffs if you increase the tire size by that amount. If you don't, your truck will feel like it doesn't have enough power to pull a sick whore out of bed.
 

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Interesting. Cost really isnt an issue. From your experience, what gears do I have now, and which ones should I consider getting? Also, can the speedometer be easily re-calibrated due to the changes?

The truck is a 6-speed manual, if that information is even needed.
 

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Dick Foster said:
If you are going to wheel it, I would urge you to keep the lift and tire size down to a roar. All you'll wind up doing is lifting your CG and putting it on it's lid if you're not very careful.
Ya....no challenge and for girlyman. Learn to flop with 31s first (Power Line at Wellsville). :D

 
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