ToyTec/Eibach 3″ Lift Kit for 1995-2004 Toyota Tacoma

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ToyTec/Eibach 3″ Lift Kit for 1995.5, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 Toyota Tacoma

Part: TTHA-9504

TTHA-9504 – ToyTec/Eibach 3″ lift kit – 95.5-04 Tacoma


  • TTEBCS2 – ToyTec/Eibach front 3″ lift coilovers
  • Fully assembled with new top mounts and Urethane bushings.  No spring compressor required.
  • Preset at approximately 3″ of lift – (3″ average lift is achieved with coils and setting the shock adjustment on the bottom C clip setting) DO NOT EXCEED THIS SETTING OR DAMAGE CAN OCCUR!

Rear Lift:

  • ToyTec 2” lift rear Add-A-Leafs. This long style AAL offers a great ride and has anti-friction pads already installed.

Also includes:

  • TAC9604R – Extended length ToyTec Boss rear nitrogen gas shocks for optimum performance on and off road
  • Front Diff Drop Kit (4wd Models) –
  • BPV-K -Brake proportioning valve extension bracket – needed for proper brake operation after lifting. Aluminum Bracket and Grade 8 zinc plated hardware included
*Note:  Average lift measurements are based on a stock vehicle with no added aftermarket accessories or additional weight.

*Not recommended for Regular Cab Tacoma or 4 cylinder models without additional front weight.  4 cylinder models may see too much lift if additional weight is not installed.

*Will not work on the 5-Lug Tacoma.

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1 review for ToyTec/Eibach 3″ Lift Kit for 1995-2004 Toyota Tacoma

  1. 5 out of 5

    I did a lot of research on lift kits for my 96 Toyota Tacoma Reg. Cab 4x4 2.7L M/T, and this kit was what I decided on. I just got the alignment done after installing the whole setup. Additionally I purchased new upper control arms from Total Chaos, and would recommend getting extended shackles in the rear for a perfect lift and level. After installed my truck has the perfect lift. I have 31inch tires on it and it looks like i can stuff some 33 inch tires under there, (comfortably), the next time I need a new set of rubbers. To top it off the ride is perfect. As expected you have a stiffer ride but its not so jittery that u feel like ur driving a jackhammer. The kit came with the diff drop kit and the brake porportioning valve extension, I simply could not have asked for a more matched and balance setup. Each piece compliments the next for a superior ride and a damn nice looking lift. All in all it costed $1,700 including this kit, the UCA's, shackles, and alignment. Plus it was easy enough to install myself. Not a bad way to do it the right way. So thank you to Eibach amd Toytech for this. I love it!

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    Questions and answers of the customers

    1. A UCA's are recommended but not require, the benefit of the UCA's is to  fix the caster when the vehicle is getting aligned and also helps you a  lot with articulation on the front end. Great question!! So Total Chaos upper control arms do require some maintenance specially on the uniball since its exposed, Pretty much once every 2 weeks the uniball needs to be cleaned with a microfiber towel and add a couple drops of Triflo lubricant otherwise clunking/squeaking sounds will come out of it. One major thing to keep in mind is that Total Chaos is a high performance UCA and everything is metal against metal so definitely weird sounds will come out of it even with proper maintenance. NOTE: This UCA's are not adjustable but the arm is designed to give the vehicle proper caster and more articulation on the front end SPC upper control arms are more designed for daily driving and tackle easy to moderate trail, also the upper ball joint is fully adjustable and regreasble as well. This SPC UCA's are pretty much maintenance free. NOTE: SPC UCA's will help to get the vehicle aligned and helps a lot with caster and camber If the client is planning on tackling really hard trails Total Chaos is a great choice or if he/she is planning on daily driving and doing easy/moderate trails SPC is the way to go  
    2. A No Fot leveling you'll need 1'' rear lift
    3. A Too much lift means that it will be more then 3'' for 4cyl engines (lighter then V6) and light single cab. More then 3'' lift is not recommended without many other construction changes - can damage suspension.
    4. A Yes, alignment is needed because the suspension and wheel angles have changed
    5. A Yes, alignment is needed because the suspension and wheel angles have changed

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