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Old 05-14-2010, 03:12 PM   #1
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Question Which would be better for ride quality....

I'm going to put the ultimate kit on an 09 TRD OR DC prerunner. I will have the front raised 3" and I want the back 1 inch higher so I'm going to put on the TSB AAL and a 1" block.

Would 5100s or 5125s be best for ride quality on the rear (still going to use 5100s on the front)? I don't do any offroading.

Thanks for your help!
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Old 05-14-2010, 03:16 PM   #3
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right but does the extra 1" block make it such that the 5125s would have a better ride quality since they have a longer stroke?
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510s would be better. I have them in the front and back and i have a 2 inch AAL.
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510s would be better. I have them in the front and back and i have a 2 inch AAL.
But I'm doing an AAL and a 1" block. Are the 5100s still optimum for ride quality?
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