Re: My ToyTec lift
Well I thought a little wheeling might speed up the settling process. I wheeled Sat. and Sun. Some fire road type, but going fairly fast. Some loose, rocky, rutted, bumpy trails. Some kinda narrow with pretty large rocks to maneuver over/around, (which was a little unnerving as I don't have sliders yet). And a few good size mud holes, of which I had to turn around and do it again, and again, and again......etc. The fire road did have some spots that were rocky and also had some whoop-tee-doos. FUN! The ToyTec suspension performed flawlessly! And it rides great!
Anyway, I re-measured when I got home last night and the settling has occurred. Down 1/2", as was expected. That should be about all. Today, after I get off the mud, (which could take a while, as it went over my roof, many, many, many times), I'm going to have the 295 M/T's put on. I will measure again to see what they add.
My mom took a pic of me going through the mud, but she does not have a digital, so I'll have to figure out how to get it posted. I had my wipers on high, and could not see anything. It was almost dark outside so I hope it turns out. There were some other people camping there and came out to talk to us. Oops, I thought we were buggin them. Nope, they thought it was cool. The lady said, "there's a bigger mud hole over there". SWEET. We went a couple times, then I took my mom and sis back to camp.
'07 FJ Voodoo Blue,
Toyo 295/70-17 M/T's
ToyTec custom lift
Expedition One front bumper
Expedition One rear bumper WITH CARRIER
Expedition One sliders
...and, some Moab dirt
'69 3/4t Camper Special Chevy
Orange w/white roof
'05 V-Star 650 Custom, Blue w/blue flames and lots of chrome