Best lift and wheel/tire setup for my 2014 tacoma?

Discussion in '2005 - 2015 Toyota Tacoma' started by Ben, Jan 27, 2016.

  1. Ben

    Ben New Member

    whats up guys. Just got my 14 tacoma. Wanna know what lift you think is best. And wheel and tire combo to use. Post pics if you got them. Thanks!!!
     

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  3. swimmer12

    swimmer12 Active Member

    ImageUploadedByTaco Forum1453952931.325829.jpg
    3inch rough country suspension lift
    285/75/16 mud terrains 1.25 spider trax spacers
     
  4. A.G.

    A.G. New Member

    Swimmer,
    Do you have any rubbing when the wheels is cut all the way to one side?
     
  5. tacobell

    tacobell Active Member

  6. sctaco94

    sctaco94 Well-Known Member

    ImageUploadedByTaco Forum1453990136.363388.jpg

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    Running a 3" suspension with 265/70/18. Negative offset for more stance
     
  7. A.G.

    A.G. New Member

    Sctaco
    What offset were the wheels you went with?
     
  8. Robozoo

    Robozoo New Member

    Nice setup!
     
  9. TacoKen

    TacoKen Well-Known Member

    Search the last two pages of posts here. Lots of pics and information on tires, wheels, and lifts.
     
  10. sctaco94

    sctaco94 Well-Known Member

    -12 offset
     
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  11. Mark2021

    Mark2021 New Member

  12. Mark2021

    Mark2021 New Member

    Running the 3" Rough Country Suspension kit on my 2015, 265/70R/16 on TRD Bead Lock wheels. I think Rough Country recommended 265/70R/17 for the tire size but you could go up to 28x10.5. Installed at the dealer so no warrantee issues, pretty much max you can do without changing parts. Kit included 3" strut spacers, 2" rear blocks and shocks.
     
  13. malottesky

    malottesky Member

    ImageUploadedByTaco Forum1454275631.460117.jpg got a 3 inch lift with 285/75r16 I like it a lot no rubbing and the ride is great, bought the BFG A/T ko2
     
  14. sctaco94

    sctaco94 Well-Known Member

    Need to kill those mudflaps bud lol
     
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  15. rgrembich

    rgrembich New Member

    I am running 33x12.50x20 on 3 in spacer lift ImageUploadedByTaco Forum1454875999.523228.jpg
     
  16. urodoctor

    urodoctor Active Member

    How is the spacer lift working out for you? I've heard it will damage parts overtime due to incorrect vehicle geometry. Keep in mind my truck is not lifted and I have very little knowledge on the subject.


    2016 TRD OFF-ROAD
     
  17. TacoKen

    TacoKen Well-Known Member

    You can do spacers without damaging anything but you have to get top quality which will include maintaining factory angles of the rear differential. My rear spacer is tapered to maintain the diff angle. I'm running ProComp 2 1/2" front and rear 7/8" tapered aluminum solid block.
     
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  18. sctaco94

    sctaco94 Well-Known Member

    Also maintain an eye on your stud length also. Too much spacer can screw with a lot
     
  19. Salstoy

    Salstoy Active Member

    On my buddies FJ we did the 3" spacer in front but also needed to add new control arms to get the correct alignment. Is that also true for tacos?
     
  20. sctaco94

    sctaco94 Well-Known Member

    Could be if it is a 4wd. Sometimes just spacer lifts can stretch some stuff that shouldn't be stretched
     
  21. PinkTaco

    PinkTaco Well-Known Member

    Any lift other than a spindle lift(only prerunners) or mabye a drop bracket lift changes the geometry of the front end and in turn makes it hard to align properly without new ucas, i dont have ucas and im lifted 3 in but my castor is pretty low. Its still plenty drivable but above 65 it wanders on hwy
     

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