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Nice rig. What'd you do with the at wheels?

They are in storage. I kept them just in case I didn't like how the new wheels looked. I'm used to how popped out the 20x12 -44's are.
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looks good . any information on you grill (insert) , fog lights . Thanks

Yes the fog lights I bough off eBay for 40$ there 9 inch led lights and the grill I also bough on eBay for 189$


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Yes the fog lights I bough off eBay for 40$ there 9 inch led lights and the grill I also bough on eBay for 189$


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thank you

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New here, looking to see if anybody has discovered a body lift for the 2016 model yet.


This is my 2016 with a 3.5 rc (with ucas)

295/55/20 toyo atii on 20x9 +12 offset

black rhino glamis wheels.


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I contacted Zone Offroad to see if they would be updating their 1.5" BL for the 2016s but they still have yet to get back to me.

I don't think anything has changed as far the body mounts go. performance is selling their 3" as a 2014-2016 kit. I imagine the same will be true for zone and RC.



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Anyone out there find a kit that works for the 16s? I can't find any concrete information on this... I asked Zone about it, and his response was "he wasn't sure but was told the 14-15 1.5 kit wouldn't work." But that they haven't tested it for sure. Surely someone out there knows something. I want to order one bad!

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I just realized I never listed an updated pic on this thread. Here u go. 6" BDS + BDS AAL & 1.5 Zone BL.a51e4de54d56453927667db4d1038eee.jpg90b67c202b555efb838237c7fa9b05e7.jpgf753aadaf6470c48dd5589c4088a81a4.jpg92fc7d03872c73461c24529afa41c29e.jpg


Great looking truck man. Just out of curiosity, why the body lift? The 6" BDS should have given you enough room for those 35s right?

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Great looking truck man. Just out of curiosity, why the body lift? The 6" BDS should have given you enough room for those 35s right?

Yes, the 35' cleared with the OEM wheels but i needed more height for the aggressive offset -44 of the 20x12 aftermarket wheels.


They fit ok with just the lift but the tire would still rub the bottom edge of the front bumper when turning at full lock or in reverse.


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