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Old 03-18-2011, 03:46 PM   #1
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2011 TRD SPORT, DC, LB, 5100s & TSB DONE

Hey Guys, I just got my 5100s and TSB Done today. I REALLY like the setup. I can't tell any difference in the ride, but the stance is awesome.

5100s set a 1.75

It's a sin to post without pics so here they are. Not the best, but it at least I have pictures!






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Better pics coming.

I had the 5000 mile service done also today. Switched from Castrol GTX to Mobil 1. So far, my best mileage has been 17.65, I'm hoping Synthetic can boost that to 18.

I got my shocks from

THANKS TO ALL!

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I like! This is what I want to do with mine. Want a little bit of lift, not too much since I have a family. Nice!
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Old 03-18-2011, 04:03 PM   #3
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Looks good.

I have this same setup except with a short bed.

Any vibes? I am getting a slight hum from 22-27 MPH, primarily on deceleration.
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Old 03-18-2011, 04:16 PM   #4
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Looks good.

I have this same setup except with a short bed.

Any vibes? I am getting a slight hum from 22-27 MPH, primarily on deceleration.

Other than the looks, I can't tell I did a thing to it. VERY happy.

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Old 03-18-2011, 04:20 PM   #5
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Man I can't wait for tomorrow same set up being looks good!
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Old 03-18-2011, 04:42 PM   #6
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What size are those BFG's? It looks about perfectly level right now, suspect with any load will be front high. Think I'm going wtih 0.85, I don't mind a slight rake and would prefer to be level loaded or while towing.
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What size are those BFG's? It looks about perfectly level right now, suspect with any load will be front high. Think I'm going wtih 0.85, I don't mind a slight rake and would prefer to be level loaded or while towing.

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I am going to Install Airbags soon. I have used them on a lot of trucks in the past. Once installed, no squatting. You could tear stuff up way before it squats.

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Old 03-18-2011, 04:48 PM   #8
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It looks about perfectly level right now, suspect with any load will be front high. Think I'm going wtih 0.85, I don't mind a slight rake and would prefer to be level loaded or while towing.
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With this same setup mine was 3/8 to 1/2" rake.

I am getting new rims and 265/75/16s on my OR next Thursday and I am debating dropping back down to .85 for the reasons you mention above.

I had around 200 pounds in the bed last week and I was slightly nose high.
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Very nice!
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looks great,did you do anything to the rear
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looks great,did you do anything to the rear

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Very nice. It looks right, as it ought to be.
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Old 03-21-2011, 02:44 PM   #15
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I am going to Install Airbags soon. I have used them on a lot of trucks in the past. Once installed, no squatting. You could tear stuff up way before it squats.

WC
That may be the way to go.

Does it stiffen the ride too much?
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That may be the way to go.

Does it stiffen the ride too much?
If you cram 40+ pounds of air in there, Yes, it will ride rougher. Below 40 pounds seems to keep a good ride and prevent squatting.

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I see you have the OEM mud flaps, did you have the 265/70/17s on before the lift? and if so did they rub? Do they rub now after the lift? Oh ya - truck looks saaaaweeeeeeeeet!!!

Sure did, I haven't noticed any rubbing. Yesterday afternoon I had the Yoder back in the woods clawing around on some hills looking at some property and never noticed any rubbing.

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