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Here's a pic of mine when it was dropped 3/3... as you can see, it wasn't nearly enough for me. The rear really needs to be dropped another inch to look leveled out.

<img src="http://209.196.27.149/members/pix/miniac.jpg">

um... oops... that pic url no longer exists... (heheh)
 

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Um... as you can see... I fixed the gap. heheh.
Yah, 18's would kick ass, but this is as far as I got. These only come in 17", and now I'm selling it... so I guess these will have to do.
 

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Look on my website... I dropped mine with a ball-joint flip and 3" blocks...

Mind you, the S is 1" lower than a normal Taco anyway
 

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I dunno... looks like the frame sits about 4" off the ground. Driving height is lower than maxed out height because it rides way too stiff with too much pressure in the bags. It rides really good at this height - never really had any trouble bottoming out. I just raise it up when I come to a speed bump or whatever.
 

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It's a TRD equipped Prerunner with locking rear differential. I plan on slapping on a set of 20's, so I figured a 4x4 would be kinda pointless.

I haven't done any offroading, nor do I plan to. I used to have a jeep that I ripped through the woods with, but it was a rebuilder and I didn't care if I tore it all to hell. I'm pretty meticulous when it comes to keeping my vehicles in good condition. I would have a heart attack if my new dub cab got slapped around by rocks and branches or whatever. Don't get me wrong, I know offroading is fun, but I like to stick to the streets.
 

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naw thats cool, thanks for the reply. one of the few reasons im around here is my brother, hes got a 01 mini, bagged front and rear, reverse 4link in rear its pretty dam sweet. i ought to see about some pics soon of his setup...
 
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