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Old 01-15-2012, 10:08 AM   #1
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Possible wrong lift parts from Toytec? Anti friction pads on a 1st gen

I ordered a bushing pack, and an AAL from toytec. When i received the order, the paper says 11 Tacoma 4WD. When in fact it was supposed to be for a 2001. It says the leaves are low arch leaves with the 4 anti friction pads. My understanding was the pads were only for the 2nd generations. will these leaves still work on my 1st gen and even though they say low arch, will they still lift my rear 2"?
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Old 01-15-2012, 11:01 AM   #2
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bump! cmon somebody!
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Old 01-15-2012, 11:03 AM   #3
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I emailed them but its sunday so wont get a reply till tomorrow. Got the chance to start install today so im trying to find out real quick.
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Old 01-15-2012, 12:09 PM   #4
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alright, it looks like my old leafs have the friction pads. but i was just tryin to make sure.
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First time I ever heard "low arch" from ToyTec.
Usually they use lift amount to describe their AAL's.
Part number I found was TAC-AL-LA
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Old 01-15-2012, 04:15 PM   #6
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First time I ever heard "low arch" from ToyTec.
Usually they use lift amount to describe their AAL's.
Part number I found was TAC-AL-LA
Thats the same part # I have on the invoice, but they refer to it in writing as (2)D10045K73 Rear ToyTec Low Arch add-a-leafs
(4) anti friction pads
(2) spring center pins w/nuts
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Thats the same part # I have on the invoice, but they refer to it in writing as (2)D10045K73 Rear ToyTec Low Arch add-a-leafs
(4) anti friction pads
(2) spring center pins w/nuts
Could be the difference between the Deaver part# and the ToyTec part#
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not sure, the deaver # on the actual leaves are D10045K73
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I have a 2003 Tacoma.
I bought the Deaver 2" add a leafs from Toytech, they had the anti friction pads.
Toy Tech calls them "Toy Tech" brand, buy they are Deaver, mine drop shipped direct from Deaver to my house.
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Good to know, I called them and they said they will work on my 01
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