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oneill94 said:
Would it be safe if I used a 4" Pro Comp spacer with the 6" Trailmaster spacer?
think about what the spacer does. It lowers the coil assembly 6" so that the suspension is in the correct geometry relative to the 6" differential and lower a-arm drop. The procomp spacer is only 4". I don tknow what this would do, but it couldnt be a good thing. Why do you want to do this anyway?
 

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Im running the trailmaster lift...My friend has the 6" trailmaster with the 3" revtek spacer and a 3" body lift....so i was wondering if i can run the 4" pro comp spacer....it seem like i could if he was using the revtek spacer but i dont know?
 

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if you run the procomp spacer you're truck will be 2" lower in the front...you would have the put a 2" spacer or coilvoer lift in your truck just to be level. whats wrong with your trailmaster spacer???
 

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Sorry for the misunderstanding I was wondering if I could use both of them together the 6" spacer with the 4" spacer. But I'm not sure if the spacer is the same thing as the revtek spacer which my friend is running the 3" revtek with the 6" tm spacer? The reason I ask my brother just went with a new lift on his Tacoma and I was wondering if I could use his pro comp spacer with the trailmaster spacer.
 

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no you cant, the cv angle will be too severe and all the suspension geometry will be fubar
 
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