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Can i drop it 2"F&R without issues while running on 19x7 trd's or should I stick w/ a modest lowered spring. Keep in mind the wheels already rub on hard turns. I thought I could utilize spacers after the drop to see how much room i have to fill and/or fix the rubbing issue. Maybe steering stop adjustment to reduce turning. What is the best spring to go with? I keep hearing about goldline.
 

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here is my ride a few years ago with 19x8 and goldlines. great springs. it rub'd in the front when its at full turn. and rub'd in the back until i roll'd the fenders. here are a few pics.





i dont think you would have a problem because the trd's are 19x7.
 

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I had those exact same wheels as ted. 19x8 axis TC evos. You will rub at full lock turn. But the TRD wheels are 19x7 and+42 offset so I think you should be ok with goldline springs 2" drop. You can actually run a 10mm OTG shim in the rear or 10mm spacer to make it sit more flush...

The real question should be what size tire you are running??
If you are running 215/35/19 you shouldn't have any problems.

But if you are running 225/35/19 then you might run into some rubbing issues.
 
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