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Oct 31, 10:52pm - #314877 
Blitz bumper what drop?

i have a front blitz bumper sides and back veilside 18" rims with 225/40/18 tires what drop can i use with out been too much problem here in NY with the snow confused


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Oct 31, 10:53pm - #314878 
TRD its only sbout an 1", but good luck man when i had my blitz front on it was too low for me to drop.

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Oct 31, 11:25pm - #314879 
Originally Posted by BATmobile
TRD its only sbout an 1", but good luck man when i had my blitz front on it was too low for me to drop.


so it would not be good on winter cus ill probably be cleaning the snow when i drive rofl what about coil overs would that be a good idea? or still same problem?


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Oct 31, 11:42pm - #314880 
yea the blitz is a pretty big bumper. I wouldnt go any more than 1.5"


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Oct 31, 11:48pm - #314881 
coilovers might be the way to go, but some coilovers are going to cost you. but i think a TRD drop should be ok.

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Nov 1, 3:59pm - #314882 
an inch is the lowest you should go
you will be about 3-4 inches off the ground


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Nov 2, 9:59am - #314883 
i dropped mine 2.25 in the front with 18s grin

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Nov 2, 2:01pm - #314884 
TRD, or eibach pro kit.

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Nov 3, 5:52am - #314885 
Originally Posted by BATmobile
coilovers might be the way to go, but some coilovers are going to cost you. but i think a TRD drop should be ok.


yea i was thiking to buy the TEIN coilovers but they are about 1100 i think i saw it somewhere or i wanted the whole TRD suspension kit that ran about the same it came with springs shocks lower brace front and back


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