I installed Rancho Quick Lift Struts to the front of my 05 Tacoma PreRunner about a month ago. At the same time, I installed Rancho heavy duty shocks to the rear. I knew that the Quick Lift Struts could add up to 2 1/2 inches to the front. I was hoping that the heavy duty Rancho heavy rear shocks would add a couple of inches. The end result is that the front of my truck is 2 1/4 inches higher than the rear. I called the Rancho Tech Line and complained. I was told to give it about a month to settle on the front. Well, it's still 2 1/4 inches higher on the front. I was thinking about adding 2 inch block kit to the rear to get it to look somewhat normal. I have read that this is the least desirable of methods to raise the rear 2 inches but it is the cheapest. Has anyone raised the rear of their Tacoma 2 inches using this method and was there any negative consequences? I have left a message with Rancho over the weekend to help me resolve this issue once and for all or I'll get some Monroe Quick Struts, which are OEM, just to level off my truck. Any ideas?
I'm going back to the dealership this morning to get the front end aligned for a second time. The chamber is still not right.