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Old 11-29-2010, 08:59 AM   #1
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Suspension Issuses

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05 Tacoma 4dr 4x4
Bought 2 yrs ago 70,000 miles
Truck is used for work
Lumber rack, Toolbox 650 pounds daily before materials
Caused suspension to stay bottomed
1st truck owened that needed suspension help
Installed cheap fix Tuff Country 3" lift lasted about 2yrs
Rotated tires and noticed add leaf was missing front half on both sides
Left side was in 2 pices. Broke in 5 pieces in all
Last weekend installed #2407 airbags. Has to have 20# to ride level
Way to spoingey going down the road
Can anybody recommend a good ajustable shock for dampining
Thanks for your help
Empty its a damn good wheeler
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Old 11-29-2010, 03:07 PM   #3
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Fox makes adjustable rear shocks. Other than that you could buy new leaf packs. OME has a good set the have an overload leaf. I would try that first. Then if you want shocks get those.
good suggestion,sounds like he needs a "truck" and not a tacoma.
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good suggestion,sounds like he needs a "truck" and not a tacoma.
Yea. But I would rather have to buy a few things to suit the needs and it be a tacoma, rather than drive a ford, chevy, or dodge.

All unless your towing heavy loads and the OP is not.
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