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    I can tell you that for the current body style...

    I can tell you that for the current body style the Rancho 4" suspension lift is equivalent to other manufacturers 6" lift / From what I understand for legal reasons Rancho will not advertise anything...
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    on my 4wd 07 im running a 305/60/20 which is...

    on my 4wd 07 im running a 305/60/20 which is basically 34.3, on a 20 x 10 wheel which is wider than what you are talking about - I have what Rancho calls a 4" lift but it's actually a 6" (rancho...
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    so i did but in the front not the back - it was...

    so i did but in the front not the back - it was part of my rancho lift kit on my 07 LTZ / works like a charm only issue is that you need to put a "diode" or something similiar in place of the shock...
  4. pre-runner look is hot (if that’s what he’s...

    pre-runner look is hot (if that’s what he’s after) and in terms of functionality you don’t always need 4WD - maybe you just want ground clearance. And even if it is purely for aesthetics that’s OK...
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    07 LTZ 4WD Here..white on black with a 6.0, 6"...

    07 LTZ 4WD Here..white on black with a 6.0, 6" lift an 34" tires on 20x10 wheels / 3rd one love it
  6. "easier" is really a relative term...easy for...

    "easier" is really a relative term...easy for outlaw offroad here in SoCal to lift my 07 4wd ltz 6" and slap 20x10 wheels with 34" tires on it...yes....easy for me to convince wifey we needed to...
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