Fabtech 6" Suspension Lift on a 2006 Toyota Tacoma

Fabtech 6

Suspension lifts for many is the number one truck accessory on their shopping list. With wheels and tires close in the mix of ways to customize a truck. This customer wanted a high quality suspension lift on his 2006 Toyota Tacoma and choose the 6 inch Fabtech suspension lift. Fabtech has been an offroad suspension lift industry leader for many years. This is not a low end low priced suspension lift. If you are shopping only based on price and looking for the cheapest price you should expect cheap quality. While this Fabtech lift is not the cheapest option for this Toyota Tacoma owner it is a high quality suspension lift offering a great ride and handling characteristics. The lift features replacement front upper a-arm with massive uniball pivots rather than ball joints. The uniball along with the provided high misalignment spacers allows for a lot more wheel travel. This is only one of many festures this suspension lift has to offer. Contact Motobilt today for more details. We are located in Dothan, Alabama and no other shop in the area has more experience in the offroad industry than Motobilt. We can help by answering your questions and directing you to the suspension lift best suited for your application.


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