View Full Version : Best place to buy a lift locally

02-05-2009, 10:13 PM
Im looking to get myself a 3" lift for my 98 taco. I found everything I need online fpr about $700, but I would prefer to buy locally somewhere around the lowermainland if I could. Basicly what im looking for is some 3" lift springs for the front, new shocks front and rear, and a 1.5" blocks for the rear. I dont know if lordco sells that in a kit of any kind, but every time I ask them about a lift, the price seems way out to lunch. Nothing fancy, I just need a little more ground clearance, and room for some open country m/t's. Any and all info is greatly appriciated

02-05-2009, 10:14 PM
Jeep thrills... ?

02-05-2009, 10:18 PM
Should I have mentioned that my "taco", is a toyota tacoma?

Ginger Snaps
02-05-2009, 10:26 PM
and it would help to know where you are from

but jeap thrills im sure will hook you up for what ever you need

02-05-2009, 10:28 PM
nope Jeep Thrills 604 465 5559 a little girl will answer the phone named bryson:vroam: jokin hes a big mo facker that'll help you with all your Q's[cheers]

02-05-2009, 11:10 PM
did i mention you should post pics of your "Taco"...

and well, posting in the toyota section, was a dead give away that your "Taco" was a TACOMA, jus sayin... just take the advice given, call jeap thrills, dont worry that theres a JEAP in the name, just call.

02-05-2009, 11:44 PM
i can get you stuff if your in the kelowna area

02-06-2009, 11:21 AM
north shore off road call mike 604-9858-8444 [cheers]

02-06-2009, 11:39 AM
just get fourself a solid axle and it about 1200 for the install kit through trail gear and it will blow your mind compared to ifs

02-06-2009, 12:30 PM
just get fourself a solid axle and it about 1200 for the install kit through trail gear and it will blow your mind compared to ifs

mmmm do your math, there is no way you could even buy the parts for a SAS for 1200. more like 4000 min to do it properly

02-06-2009, 06:18 PM
See I thought that jeep thrills was a jeep place. Im new to this, shows what i know. Im in Aldergrove, work in Richmond. Pretty much everyday im all over the map. I thought about a SAS, but for the amount of wheeling I actually do, it would just be a waste of money. Not to mention there is probably someone out there who needs a solid axle more than I do. Im getting a killer deal on some open country m/t's, and I need new springs and shocks, so why replace when you can upgrade. Thanks for the contacts.


02-08-2009, 11:11 AM
order from the us, get it shipped to 'ship happens' then go pick it up. You will get exactly what you want but for 1/2 the price.

we get raped for aftermarket prices..

02-08-2009, 02:33 PM
Yes, Ive got a shipping address I use in Blaine to have all my car parts shipped to. But everytime I cross the boarder now, I get pulled in and searched for some reason. And anything I bring back, I have to pay duty on. Not like before. I guess over the last 2 years Ive brought about $6000 worth of car parts, now they are looking at me as an easy cash grab.

If it does turn out to be half price, Ill bite the bullet and order from the states. First, I just want to look around and see what my local options are.