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Hello fellow Fronty owners. I have had my 2016 for awhile but now that it's not a daily work truck, I decided to start modding. Put on the All Dogs Offroad Complete lift with 5100s last week. Alignment was done a few days later, I just handed the tech the instructions from this forum.

Install was pretty simple, I had ADO assemble the front coils so that was pretty easy to just slide in after removing the old ones. Add a leafs took a little bit longer, but posts from here had me well prepared.

Tires are 265/75/16 Toyo Open Country AT3s. I'm pretty happy with them so far. Drove through the pass a couple weeks ago and there was about an inch of fresh snow and more falling, and I didn't even need to go into 4H.

Future mod list includes armor; sliders and skid plates, new mud flaps, and tinting the front two windows. It drives me a little crazy now that the front windows don't match the rear and camper windows lol.
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That does it. I am convinced. This is exactly what I am going to do. Thank you for posting this. Did the ride quality on pavement change any?
 

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That does it. I am convinced. This is exactly what I am going to do. Thank you for posting this. Did the ride quality on pavement change any?
It's a little more bouncy. Between the shock upgrade the beefier tires, I feel like it handles all the little bumps in the road much nicer. Before I was bottoming out the rear shocks previously and hitting that bump stop all the time over speed bumps and potholes.
 

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Thanks!
 
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Welcome to the forum. Nice upgrades!
 
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Welcome and nice looking truck!
I got a similar ADO 5100 set up on my 2012 CC. I need to get new tires and glad to hear you had good experience with the Toyos - may explore that route a little further.
 

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Greetings fellow Portlander! That is looking sweet - how much lift with that kit?
Howdy neighbor! Not quite a full two in the front, it was like 1 and 15/16 inches. 2 and 1/8 in the back, I did put the overload spring back in. I'm planning to build a sleeping platform in the back with some storage underneath so I anticipate a little more settling in the rear once I get that done.
 
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