Did you state that you had manual locking hubs? If so you don't have ADD. The manual locking hubs are the ones you have to get off and lock each wheel to make the front wheels engage(4wd) and shift it to 4wd. The ADD either have a button inside the cab or a lever that will automatically engage the front hubs.daveman1230 said:if this is something to do with manual locking hubs then i do have them but i really don't know what your talking about with the cv boots or ADD
As for the lift, check this out first
Do the pinch weld mod and these lift numbers/tire combos should apply to most Tacomas.
I think you're right about "all late models" but I am not sure when "late models" begins. I think it was about 2001, but I may be wrong. So it could be possible that he has manual hubs.4BYnTacoma said:Automatic Disconectiong Differential, all (pretty sure its all, somone correct me if I am wrong) late model 4wd Tacomas have it. Basically your front end is spinning all the time.
-Get a drop bracket style lift wich basicaly leaves you with stock CV angles. Pro Comp makes a 4" kit, Fabtech and trail master make a 6" kit and Tuff country makes a 5"
Hope that helps
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Oh and not all drop brackets will give you stock CV angles. I know Fabtec doesn't drop the diff the full 6" thus making the CVs to have an angle, but at the same time it gives you better clearance.