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Old 05-30-2013, 08:26 AM   #42
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I'm new to the Bay Area and ready to break in no. 6 taco! And I need friends!! Please keep me posted on any meet ups!
Welcome! There's actually one in 3 weeks:
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hollister meet maybe
I'm a new guy too and I concur.
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So when is this mysterious BAMF mod day?
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Old 06-15-2013, 02:34 PM   #47
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mod day?
Group meet up designated to do modifications to our trucks

Can we please do a mod day soon. I just got my new coilovers in and I have a set of add a leafs that I can't install on my own. Would really like to get it done before july
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Group meet up designated to do modifications to our trucks

Can we please do a mod day soon. I just got my new coilovers in and I have a set of add a leafs that I can't install on my own. Would really like to get it done before july
Full coilovers? those can be done pretty quick. It usually doing springs & shocks that require compressing that makes it hard. Coilovers we could do in a parking lot. lol There may be a mod day in the not to distant future.
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Old 06-15-2013, 04:05 PM   #49
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Full coilovers? those can be done pretty quick. It usually doing springs & shocks that require compressing that makes it hard. Coilovers we could do in a parking lot. lol There may be a mod day in the not to distant future.
Yea assembled with trim packer and bushings. I have the top plate spacers too. I don't have the rear shocks yet so it would just be the add a leaf in the rear. I got the add a leafs from buddy, but they didn't come with longer center pins. Is that gonna be a problem?
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Yea assembled with trim packer and bushings. I have the top plate spacers too. I don't have the rear shocks yet so it would just be the add a leaf in the rear. I got the add a leafs from buddy, but they didn't come with longer center pins. Is that gonna be a problem?
hmm got a picture of what you have? Not sure about the center pins, I swapped the entire leaf pack when I did the rears. Hopefully someone else can chime in.


On a side note, 6 More days until the meet!

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hmm got a picture of what you have? Not sure about the center pins, I swapped the entire leaf pack when I did the rears. Hopefully someone else can chime in.
I recall reading something about needing a longer pin. But I cannot remember where.

Maybe someone local could help you with the CO install?
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Old 06-15-2013, 05:07 PM   #52
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I recall reading something about needing a longer pin. But I cannot remember where.

Maybe someone local could help you with the CO install?
Thinking about just buying a new leaf pack to get the ass end up high enough. Don't have the cash readily available, but maybe I can make it work. I would definitely appreciate any help. I did a little suspension work on my Jeep before it got stolen, but not enough to claim any real knowledge.
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i could help you with the fronts, if they're coilovers they're pretty dam easy. Adjusting maybe a bit harder. Where in the bay are you located?
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i could help you with the fronts, if they're coilovers they're pretty dam easy. Adjusting maybe a bit harder. Where in the bay are you located?
Awesome. I'll try and upload a picture of the add a leafs, but they look like all the others I've seen. I'm in the south bay Santa Teresa area
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Thinking about just buying a new leaf pack to get the ass end up high enough. Don't have the cash readily available, but maybe I can make it work. I would definitely appreciate any help. I did a little suspension work on my Jeep before it got stolen, but not enough to claim any real knowledge.
A new pack will certainly help. But so too will adding. Just need to get all the bits lined up before starting the install. I did just look at some add a leaf parts and all of them have longer pins.
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A new pack will certainly help. But so too will adding. Just need to get all the bits lined up before starting the install. I did just look at some add a leaf parts and all of them have longer pins.
Should have just got the entire OME package, but at the time of ordering I didn't have the extra 350 bucks
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Should have just got the entire OME package, but at the time of ordering I didn't have the extra 350 bucks
Which kit did you get?
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Which kit did you get?
Got the OME Nitrochargers with 885 coils and 13mm top plate spacer for a full 3 inches
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Got the OME Nitrochargers with 885 coils and 13mm top plate spacer for a full 3 inches
What about for the rear?
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What about for the rear?
I'm actually not sure what brand the add a leafs are. I got them from a friend who has had them for a few years but never installed them.
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