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Old 01-30-2012, 08:11 PM   #41
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we need another AllPro sponsored trail run!!! i miss those, they were loads of fun!
I agree. Jesse, just to let you know, Tom has the Black Taco with the LT kit, and I have the Blue Taco with the walker evans wheels on it. On your "signifigant others" page of the 2012 calender
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Old 01-30-2012, 08:13 PM   #42
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Personally, I'd be interested in a U-bolt flip kit with shock mounts on it if that's even possible. Haven't gotten under the truck to look at what that would entail, but I'm not a welder so I'd prefer not to need new shock mounts.
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Old 01-30-2012, 08:20 PM   #43
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As once stated earlier, shackle flip kit, that has been wanted by more members than you can imagine.
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Old 01-30-2012, 08:23 PM   #44
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I'd like to see a leaf pack that gives 2-2.25" of lift. Just a thought
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Old 01-30-2012, 08:27 PM   #45
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how about this for a new product..a 4wd spindle with extra beef for the 05+ tacomas and FJC's...

nobody offers one yet and i know there would be a market for one
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Old 01-30-2012, 08:36 PM   #47
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how about this for a new product..a 4wd spindle with extra beef for the 05+ tacomas and FJC's...

nobody offers one yet and i know there would be a market for one
Amen brotha
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Old 02-17-2012, 01:20 PM   #48
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Hi Jesse, congrats on new position and for taking an interest in customer needs. I recently got the walker evans adjustable remote res rears and all pro leaf pack (standard) for my 99 1st gen v6 and I know they need to break in but I have them set at softest setting and have been hammering them regularly and they are still so stiff I need an advil and a chiropractor! They work on the big stuff but I regularly ralley the backroads at speed and their lack of ability to handle the washboard has been sending me dangerously close to rolling down cliffs! Do you have any input on this matter? Thanks!!!
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Old 02-22-2012, 03:00 PM   #49
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Hi Jesse, congrats on new position and for taking an interest in customer needs. I recently got the walker evans adjustable remote res rears and all pro leaf pack (standard) for my 99 1st gen v6 and I know they need to break in but I have them set at softest setting and have been hammering them regularly and they are still so stiff I need an advil and a chiropractor! They work on the big stuff but I regularly ralley the backroads at speed and their lack of ability to handle the washboard has been sending me dangerously close to rolling down cliffs! Do you have any input on this matter? Thanks!!!

I want to hear more about this......that's what I'm looking at getting! or Deavers??
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Old 02-23-2012, 05:31 AM   #50
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Hey Jesse welcome do know wen they'll have another group buy on the all pro sliders for 05+ dc/sb tacomas been researching sliders and love the look of the all pro with kck out
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Old 02-28-2012, 12:30 AM   #51
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Hi Jesse, congrats on new position and for taking an interest in customer needs. I recently got the walker evans adjustable remote res rears and all pro leaf pack (standard) for my 99 1st gen v6 and I know they need to break in but I have them set at softest setting and have been hammering them regularly and they are still so stiff I need an advil and a chiropractor! They work on the big stuff but I regularly ralley the backroads at speed and their lack of ability to handle the washboard has been sending me dangerously close to rolling down cliffs! Do you have any input on this matter? Thanks!!!
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I want to hear more about this......that's what I'm looking at getting! or Deavers??
Thank you for the congratulations, sounds like you have a nice set up it and they may need a little more time to break in.. I also run leaf springs (LT) on all my crawlers and im faced with the same challenges on the higher speeds on that same terrain, on the same note they do extremely well on the rocks.. My opinion is that our springs are some of the best in todays market (on & offroad) but at the same time, I think no matter what leaf springs are made of they still are challenged when it comes down to higher speeds on the washboard roads, whoops, and other similar terrain.. On the trails they perform like no other so in saying that, I think your set up is good and they might just have to settle in more along with the tuning of the shocks.. Thanks, Jesse Q.
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