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Old 03-08-2013, 08:48 AM   #21
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With 5100's on all four corners and the front set at 1.75", will 1" blocks in the rear still give you a slight rake? I have a '13 and it has the 4 leaf pack.
When I first put 5100's all around with the front at 1.75 on my '11 AC with the rear TSB leaf pack (no blocks), it gave me 1/4" of rake. This is with a 225lb shell parked on top of the box. Now after a year with it this way, the leafs have crapped out some and I'm running a 1/4" reverse rake. So yes, you should still maintain some rake if you went with blocks.
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I put 2" spacers in mine and it looks great, aligned almost perfect, and rides better than stock. just get the toytec ones that go in between - do not use top spacers. 1" blocks in rear and she sits perfectly level. dbl cab
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I put 2" spacers in mine and it looks great, aligned almost perfect, and rides better than stock. just get the toytec ones that go in between - do not use top spacers. 1" blocks in rear and she sits perfectly level. dbl cab
Thank you for answering the question and not just giving your endorsement to the 5100s. So there arenít serious travel issues being that the 2Ē spacers are putting the front end a ľĒ above the rear suspension? Iím sure it looks level and thatís all I (and probably OP) wants out of this mod. And I guessing these are the spacer that Iíll want? http://www.toyteclifts.com/index.php...mart&Itemid=72
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Recently installed A Procomp spacer lift on a locals Single cab and he does not seem too happy with it. Banging noises and it's nose high, Bro ride.
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Thank you for answering the question and not just giving your endorsement to the 5100s. So there arenít serious travel issues being that the 2Ē spacers are putting the front end a ľĒ above the rear suspension? Iím sure it looks level and thatís all I (and probably OP) wants out of this mod. And I guessing these are the spacer that Iíll want? http://www.toyteclifts.com/index.php...mart&Itemid=72
Those are the ones I installed 6 months ago - I drive alot so Ive already got around 9k miles with them and thus far no issues whatsoever.
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