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Old 04-24-2011, 08:42 AM   #1
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Cool Rear lift setup?

I am looking to get the deaver 8 leaf pack with billstein's and a 1" lift toy tek shackle Will this get me 3" of lift in the rear?
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Old 04-24-2011, 04:55 PM   #2
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You'll probly end up with 3.5-4" with that combo no doubt. what's in the front of your truck for a lift?
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what kind of bilsteins? i'd suggest 5125's for more flex but thats just me
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what kind of bilsteins? i'd suggest 5125's for more flex but thats just me
Agreed. For that much lift you would need 5125s. You would have to measure to get an exact size though. 5100s in the rear are only good for up to 2~"
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Screw 5125s, 5150s are only 99 bucks off allpro
99 for the pair? or each?
$295 shipped for 4 from DSM (front 5100s & rear 5125s)
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Screw 5125s, 5150s are only 99 bucks off allpro
x2 on Downsouth. Call Marco, he'll hook you up.

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I am looking to get the deaver 8 leaf pack with billstein's and a 1" lift toy tek shackle Will this get me 3" of lift in the rear?
If its the j59 Deaver 8 leaf pack, that'll give you 1.5" alone. Usually, extended shackles are advertised by the anoount of added lift they give. so a 1" extended shackle added to the j59s should give you a combined +2.5".

Rear shocks do not add any lift.
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Ok cool thanks guys I will check out the 5125 or 5150. I am doing the toy tek front 3"+ coilovers, I am trying to get a 3.5" lift in the rear so that I get a vary slight rake.
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Old 04-26-2011, 10:53 AM   #12
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ok but what about the remounting of the mounts to fit the all pro's do you have them?
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ok but what about the remounting of the mounts to fit the all pro's do you have them?

I have them but I'm kinda confused with your question. Are you talking shock mounts?
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I think he means the leaf spring mounts as it states on allpros site you need to put on new ones. But i think and Jlee will have to straiten this out as he has them and i dont, that you dont have to do that anymore? i contacted all pro about them for my 96 cuz its a different year with a different leaf and was told that they would bolt right up.

Jlee..please speak up and correct me haha
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Old 04-26-2011, 07:46 PM   #15
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oh sweet i thanks i am just going to do the normal rear 3" kit. i love the price of the kit +$40 and you get the 1150.
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For the Tacoma springs from All Pro you do not need to change any of the spring hangers. You have an 95-04 the only thing you have to change is the shock mounts but only if you do a u-bolt flip kit other wise its a direct bolt in spring.
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Old 04-26-2011, 10:18 PM   #18
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Ok thanks. Yeah I didn't understand the info of the springs.
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