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Suspension New guy suspension question

bpetroni

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I bought a 2022 Tacoma TRD Off Road 4x4 back in November and must say I love this truck. Took it out on a moderate run today and there was a guy with Tundra that was running Rough Country suspension and loved it. The Jeep guys we were out with really bagged on Rough Country. Question, this is my daily driver so I don't want to go too crazy on it but I hope to eventually get bigger tires and upgrade to upgrade the front bumper. I was looking at the Rough Country 2" leveling struts and was wondering if anybody had any experience with them on our trucks? I have also been looking at the Bilstein 6112's or 5100's with OME coils. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

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Butch

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Arizona
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2020
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Barcelona Red
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Off-Road
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Double Cab, Short Bed
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Automatic
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Lots of people have 5100s and enjoy them, what ever lift you end up getting my only suggestion is do it right the first time. Buy once, cry once. Instead of putting in blocks or pucks, just spend the money and get new leafs and springs. You will be happier over the long run.
 

bpetroni

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Lots of people have 5100s and enjoy them, what ever lift you end up getting my only suggestion is do it right the first time. Buy once, cry once. Instead of putting in blocks or pucks, just spend the money and get new leafs and springs. You will be happier over the long run.
Thanks for replying I appreciate the advice