I have been lurking here for a while, done a bunch of readings, seraches, etc so please dont flame me for a question I know you have been askd 1000 times before. I just couldnt find the exact awnser I wanted.
Currently sitting in my garage I have a set of billy 5100's and a Toytec 1.5" AAL for the toyota TSB leaf spring pack and a white 2010 TRD sprt DC SB 4x4 6spd.
Originally my plan was to set the billy's at 2.25" and throw the leaf springs in. Recently I have been thinking (been on business travel so I have plenty of time to think and dream) about going a differant way.
I am thinking of going with Eibach springs up front with the billy's set at .85 to get that 2.5" of lift up front. What I want to know is what is the major differance betweek just going with the standard Eibach/Toytec springs http://www.toyteclifts.com/index.php...mart&Itemid=72 and going with the more expensive adjustable springs http://www.toyteclifts.com/index.php...mart&Itemid=72?
I dont do much hard core offroading although I do do some. The springs only, they jsut go in the stock spring location, nothing more to really add? What are the benefits (if any) to going with the adjustable set up? Would you reccomend going with the drop dif kit for this? I am running the full supercharger/intake/header/exhaust grouping on this so I know any sort of wobble or shimmy will come apart that much quicker. I am not planning on getting the UCA's unless I cant get my alignement within spec.
Anything you guys can pass on would be great. Thanks for everyones help. Cheers.