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Old 10-28-2010, 03:58 PM   #21
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someone asked for side pics so I decided why not whore out a few more pics
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what's the suspention under the truck in this pic?
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Old 10-28-2010, 04:07 PM   #22
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what's the suspention under the truck in this pic?

it's just 5100 shocks set @ 1.75...think it actually lifted it 2" exactly. The front is a little higher, however when I get the TSB leaf packs in it should level out
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Old 10-28-2010, 04:14 PM   #23
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it's just 5100 shocks set @ 1.75...think it actually lifted it 2" exactly. The front is a little higher, however when I get the TSB leaf packs in it should level out
I've got the TSB rear springs and I'm on the fence about the front...5100's set @ .85 or set @ 1.75...

I'd rather lift the front w/ springs...but it appears most coils will be 1.5 or more and leave me with the rear low.

Rear low is also my concern with the 1.75 setting on the 5100's.
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I've got the TSB rear springs and I'm on the fence about the front...5100's set @ .85 or set @ 1.75...

I'd rather lift the front w/ springs...but it appears most coils will be 1.5 or more and leave me with the rear low.

Rear low is also my concern with the 1.75 setting on the 5100's.
I'd do 1.75".. my truck just got the TSB yesterday and it's very "ass high" now. I'm doing 1.6" Eibachs with 5100s and 0 or .85"... the front of the 4x4 is heavy.
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I've got the TSB rear springs and I'm on the fence about the front...5100's set @ .85 or set @ 1.75...

I'd rather lift the front w/ springs...but it appears most coils will be 1.5 or more and leave me with the rear low.

Rear low is also my concern with the 1.75 setting on the 5100's.
I would say that when my TSB springs settle after install the back will 1/2 inch higher than the front. Stock my back was 1 inch higher. eibach 1.6 inch spring would be perfect and you should end up exactly with stock rake just 1.5 inches higher front and back
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Old 10-28-2010, 04:26 PM   #26
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OP - your truck looks good dude...sic wheels!
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Old 10-28-2010, 04:30 PM   #27
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I don't know fellas...

I believe the rear on my DC SB SR5 4x4 will be low with the Eibach 1.6's...the OME 1.5's or 5100's set at 1.75...but I'm no expert and could be wrong.

I'd prefer the rear level or even some rake...I haul a lot and hate the draggin' azz look of any pickup truck...empty or loaded.
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OP - your truck looks good dude...sic wheels!
thanks, I appreciate it.
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I don't know fellas...

I believe the rear on my DC SB SR5 4x4 will be low with the Eibach 1.6's...the OME 1.5's or 5100's set at 1.75...but I'm no expert and could be wrong.

I'd prefer the rear level or even some rake...I haul a lot and hate the draggin' azz look of any pickup truck...empty or loaded.

have you seen someone's truck in person with the TSB and a 1.5/75ish lift in the front? mine is a little ass low now BUT i dont have the TSB yet and most say it will settle in a 1.5" of lift so mine will be 1/2 inch higher in the rear...which to me is perfect
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Sweet looking, Taco. Congrats!
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i thought it was black at first!
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Nice Job ! Truck looks great....
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I'm jealous. Congrats. Super nice truck.
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Love the color! Good looking truck!
thank you everyone! it took me a month to decide on color but I love it now! I really wanted the 07 dark blue color but of course impossible in 11. My first truck was a dark blue 92 yota...
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Wow your truck looks level right now. I have the TSB and was thinking 1.75 is that going to make me nose high?
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Wow your truck looks level right now. I have the TSB and was thinking 1.75 is that going to make me nose high?
I agree.

but the OP's truck looks great.
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Wow your truck looks level right now. I have the TSB and was thinking 1.75 is that going to make me nose high?

it's not the front is about 1 inch higher right now. once tsb's are in the back will be 1/2" higher.
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