Looks great! It is good to have someone to help. I did mine solo and hurt for days.
Again well done.
Again well done.
Thats funny I did mine a couple weeks ago and I only had less 1/2" Clarence..Does it still fit thru the garage door ?
Well, it was in the garage when we finished. Memphibious kind of pushed the door up a little to help out. I am hoping with a little settling it is going to go back in...right now it is staying in the driveway a few days. I believe it will go in barely but when I move up to bigger tires forget it. BTW I think my garage opening is 80" tall.Does it still fit thru the garage door ?
I didn't have to adjust the collar, Toytec had already set them as it sits right now.I just installed mine too. I like them. Is your collar easy to adjust? Mine seems to be frozen.
Thanks!!looking good :bigthumb:
Yes, still stock tires for now. Yeah the radio antenna hits pretty good but the roof rack clears...it's scary close.still stock tires ? that's close .
Well, you can adjust the fronts from anywhere from stock to 3" +. I am not sure where mine is set because I didn't take measurements before install. Right now I believe the bottom of fender well is about 38" in front and 38.5" in rear. Toytec states the rear is a 2" lift.3" lift ?
That's about as much room as I have after I installed the Rouch Country 3". I am still on stock tires. But have a Hi Jack and shovel mounted. I clear it but barely. Once I add the AT tires, I am sure some of the stuff on the rack will need to mounted a little lower or removed.Update: Okay it does fit in the garage without anyone pushing the door up but it's pretty tight
Yes, just re-measured again to be sure 80" in the center from garage floor to bottom of door when open. I do have an extra inch on left side somehow, so if I back it in on that side the antenna doesn't even hit. I don't know what I am going to do when I get new tires. Either no rack, mini rack, park outside, or a new house!:lol:Oh man, Please tell me that you do only have an 80" opening. Mine is 82 + and I'm wanting to lift mine.