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Old 05-28-2013, 11:16 AM
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That's what I'd do too, replace stock springs to do right now, or 63's to do it right.

True, to do the 63's, you need to understand how shocks & bump stops work, be able to R&I your fuel tank, and weld. I think if you can't do that, maybe you should look for a JK like all the yuppies. In my opinion, Toyotas are superior vehicles because one can easily diagnose and fix oneself. Your really missing out if your afraid to do your own work, Toyotas are a pleasure to work on compared to most other manufactures.
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