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Old 08-30-2010, 11:53 PM   #1
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So I just installed the AAL last weekend and im already sick of it. I was thinking an all pro leaf pack with some 2.0 fox shocks. would this be a good setup for light desert use? I would get destroyed if I went out there right now with this AAL crap. Im trying to find something in that price range, amy other suggestions would be great.
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So I just installed the AAL last weekend and im already sick of it. I was thinking an all pro leaf pack with some 2.0 fox shocks. would this be a good setup for light desert use? I would get destroyed if I went out there right now with this AAL crap. Im trying to find something in that price range, amy other suggestions would be great.
You don't really say what you don't like about the AAL, so it's hard to say what else would work...'sick of it', and 'AAL crap' are a little vague...
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You don't really say what you don't like about the AAL, so it's hard to say what else would work...'sick of it', and 'AAL crap' are a little vague...
theyre stiff and dont absorb anything like they are supposed to, I thought it would be obvious im sorry.
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I got all pro 3" leafs and love them. For rear shocks I have OME's. They are nice. But I may go kings or fox piggybacks.
awsome, yeah I think im going for the fox piggybacks right off the bat. I know these are designed for more flex and probley slower wheeling but have you taken them to the desert through stuff like small whoops before?
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I got all pro 3" leafs and love them. For rear shocks I have OME's. They are nice. But I may go kings or fox piggybacks.
haha I just saw your truck and im assuming you have, nice setup
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yea I hated the way my AAL rode. it was made the back end way stiff. I switched to the wheelers 3 aal pack and it was a huge improvement.
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How does this all compare to the TSB rear leafs?
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