I have a 2012 DCSB OR. With the exception of SuperBumps (front) and Timbrens (rear), the suspension is stock. I have aluminum skids and steel sliders, with a Softopper bed cap. I have no immediate plans to add more weight to the truck. I'm modeling the suspension on Miles' '05. Lots of questions for you.
For the front, I'd like Fox 880-02-418-A, but I'm interested in a package that includes using modified the Toyota FJ Cruiser 2009-2007 Rear Shock, Fox Part# 980-02-417-A with OME Dakar springs. TW member HBMurphy posted that Sonny had helped him with this. Do you recommend using these shocks over the standard Tacoma model? Does DSM perform the bushing modification to allow use on a Tacoma? Would any revalving be included in the purchase price? Would adding a boot to the shock be a good idea?
Do you install the Fox CD Adjuster? I'm interested in the adjuster since I typically have an unloaded bed, but on trips I may carry 200-300 lbs of cargo in the bed, with 200 lbs of tongue weight from a 1700 lb camper. Do you believe using the adjuster would provide better adaptability? Have you seen any reliability issues with the adjuster?
I want a ball joint UCA, and I'm considering Light Racing UCAs for that reason, and for their adjustability. Do you have another recommendation? If possible, I'd prefer ordering the entire kit from DSM. I'm sure you'd prefer that, too. Thanks for your help.