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Old 10-01-2012, 11:16 AM   #1
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NIB Toytec 1.5" TSB AAL and New U-Bolts

This is a new, never unwrapped, set of 1.5" TSB AAL's from Toytec with a full set of 7.5" replacement U-bolts and all hardware. Decided not to install after purchasing, and then I got rid of the truck so I have no need for these any longer. All parts still in original shrink wrap and original Toytec box.

From the Toytec website:

"Rear ToyTec 1 1/2" Lift Add-a-leafs for '05-UP Tacoma with Toyota updated "TSB" springs. Will also fit non-TSB springs."

http://toyteclifts.com/index.php?pag...mart&Itemid=72

$125 shipped, $110 local pickup. Make an offer, you might get lucky.





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Old 10-01-2012, 01:20 PM   #2
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Oh that's tempting,

Hmmm....So this would lift the rear of my 2012 RC which has three leafs in it by 1.5"
Turns out the TSB doesn't cover RC models...

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Great price, fucking just laid off or I'd bite
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Oh that's tempting,

Hmmm....So this would lift the rear of my 2012 RC which has three leafs in it by 1.5"
Turns out the TSB doesn't cover RC models...

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the leaf for the 3 pack is a 2" and I think on the website it says it wont fit
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Unless I'm mistaken, the website you liked lists the pair of springs for $79.99? I need some AALs, but I'm pretty sure that is cheaper than $110.
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Yeah, that's the price for the AALs alone. The U-bolts are an additional $39.99 and then you would have to pay for shipping on top of that, which would probably be an additional $20.

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Unless I'm mistaken, the website you liked lists the pair of springs for $79.99? I need some AALs, but I'm pretty sure that is cheaper than $110.
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multi part question, the TSB for the rear springs, is that a whole new leaf stack the dealer puts on? will it give you more lift in the rear and lastly, how much better is the ride with this AAL adition. I have a canopy on my 08 trd sport dbl cab and the bump stops hit everytime i go over a speed bump and i will be in the market for a 18-19 foot alumaweld or like boat next year and will be towing with my truck. Thanks, Might be interested in these.
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