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1.5" Vs. 2.0" AAL on a 2006 DC Prerunner w/o TSB

View Poll Results: 1.5" AAL or 2.0" AAL to level my 06' DC Prerunner???
Install 1.5" AAL w/ 5100s and Eibach 885s 1 11.11%
Install 2.0" AAL w/ 5100s and Eibach 885s 8 88.89%
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Old 10-25-2010, 02:33 PM   #1
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1.5" Vs. 2.0" AAL on a 2006 DC Prerunner w/o TSB

I have an '06 DC Prerunner that I have purchased 5100's (set at .85) for with Eibach springs and a 1.5" AAL. I can't decide if I should install the 1.5s or return it for the 2.0". I would like the level the truck out, but I don't want the front higher than the rear. I do not haul a lot and I do NOT have the TSB. Your input is greatly appreciated.
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What r u going to set the 5100's to? 0, or .85?
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What r u going to set the 5100's to? 0, or .85?
I made an error. I was looking at the OME 885 springs. I will set the 5100s to .85
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Old 11-01-2010, 02:46 PM   #5
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Bump. About to call Toytech and see if I can get an exchange. So everyone is on the same page, I should get the 2" AAL (since I do not have the TSB) and I will be setting my 5100s at .85 w/ Eibach springs. I don't want the drag-a** look. Your advice is truly appreciated.

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