Stock/unmodified-suspension 2nd gen Tacoma owners, please post your suspension measurements and year/mileage of your truck. Please measure from the center of your wheel, straight up to the bottom edge of your fender; preferably at all 4 corners. Also list if you have any heavy accessories: winch, full tool-box, etc. Most likely your drivers front will be the shortes measurement: Taco lean.
Since most of us seem to lift our rigs without first measurnig the stock height we end up not knowing exactly how much our lift gave us. We can go to the dealer and measure a new one, but those springs haven't necessarily settled yet and could make for ann innacurate comparison.
The reason I ask for the year/mileage is so we can account for settling of springs. This could also be useful for stock-Taco-owners with higher mileages to determine if it's time for new springs.
Ultimately, after we get a bunch on here I will find the average stock ride height and we can just start using that as a refrence for our lift height.
I'm guessing the stock height is between 20" and 21" in front and 22-23 in the rear, but let's find out.
Like this example:
2005, 100k miles, winch on front
Thanks in advance to those willing to participate.