View Full Version : ifs lift and twin sticks

deer laredo
02-20-2014, 12:11 PM
Got a 94 runner I lifted the back 4 inches using coil springs from a cherokee now I want to lift the front and I dont have a solid axle yet so I want to keep rockn the ifs untill I put all the parts together for an sas any ideas how I can get 3 inches out of the front??? Also want to bolt 2 toyota tcases together wats the easiest cheapest way to do so???

02-20-2014, 07:04 PM
Don't waste your money on the ifs
You could crank the torsion bars to gain lift
But takes away down travel in suspension and makes ride rougher
It's cheeper to sas it than the ifs lift would cost
And won't last long with the dual case set up
And you are doing a front ds twice

What motor is in it a v6 is quite a bit more to dual case
Because you need a adapter to swap the chain drive. Case
To a gear drive case and two cases and the dual case adapter
If its a 4 cyl then you already have a gear drive. Case and only need the doubler adapter and another case
Honesty the cheapest way is to buy a rig that is already built
Other than that figure out a plan of what you want and start colecting pieces
Build it the way you want once not two or three times
I did the sas on my 86 runner and doubler at one time
So only made drive shafts once then later did 5.29s and front air locker
Spool in rear
So steps in a build are good as long as you are not having to do certain parts twice Hope this helps a bit

deer laredo
02-20-2014, 07:26 PM
Its a 22re I just did the tortion bars got 2 inches out of them I dont want to put twin sticks in until I put a front axle in... Just want to fix it up a bit as it is my daily wheeler\ driver and since the ass end was way up in the air I wanted to get it to sit a bit higher in the front just untill I have all my parts together for the axle swap also wanna have 2 t cases together by then so its ready like you said.... I take it I need a body lift or to cut the floor a bit to fit two cases

02-20-2014, 08:36 PM
Body lifts are gay. That is all

02-20-2014, 08:50 PM
No floor mod needed . You will lose the rear heater if it had one

02-21-2014, 12:06 PM
No floor mod needed . You will lose the rear heater if it had one

Slight floor mod have to cut the opening to fit the shifters
Have to do that even with a body lift
And I had 38 .5 boggers on mine maybe 5 inches of lift no body lift and some trimlng on wheel wells

02-21-2014, 02:05 PM
Sorry, yes cut hole for the extra shifter...

deer laredo
02-21-2014, 03:28 PM
Lol ya the shifter hole is a given, sure dont look like its gona fit tho