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TRD front with buddy sides and rear... would it go? #309787 Oct 25, 10:39pm Oct 25, 10:39pm
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TRD front with buddy sides and rear... would it go?
any opinions? would it look any good? thanks.

Re: TRD front with buddy sides and rear... would it go? [Re: Sparty] #309788 Oct 26, 8:29am Oct 26, 8:29am
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the sides and rear will definatly be lower, the TRD front is about as high up as stock. ya know dont be afraid to try anything though if you really really want to. i have a feeling a lot of people will tell you that the sides and rear are to low though.


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