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Old 05-03-2011, 06:25 PM   #41
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Let's keep this thing consistent and measure from the bottom of the fender to the center of the hub.
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Year:2010
SR5/TRD(Off-Road/Sport): TRD Sport
Stock (Yes/No):No
Lift type:OME with rear AAL
Wheels:Stock 17" Sport TRD
Tires:265/70/17 Duratracs
Front Springs+adjustment:OME 885Xs; OME Taco-lean trim packer
Rear Springs+adjustment: Non-TSB with Wheeler's 3 leaf progressive AAL and overload installed
Front Shocks:OME 140S
Rear Shocks:OME N182
Front Driver height*:22-1/2"
Front passenger height*:22-1/2"
Rear Driver height*:23-3/4"
Rear Passenger height*:23-3/4"
Off-Road accessories (Bumpers/Winch/Armor/etc):None
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SR5/TRD(Off-Road/Sport):SR5 access cab
Stock (Yes/No):no
Lift type:billies 1.75, everything else stock
Wheels: 17"
Tires:265/70/17 kankook
Front Springs+adjustment:
Rear Springs+adjustment:
Front Shocks:billies 5600 1.75
Rear Shocks:stock
Front Driver height*:21 3/4
Front passenger height*:21 3/4
Rear Driver height*:22 1/4
Rear Passenger height*:22 1/4
Off-Road accessories (Bumpers/Winch/Armor/etc):skid plate, shockworks sliders
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Will provide Stock numbers for 2011 TRD Offroad +55lbs of Avid Step bars when I get home.

Year: 2011
SR5/TRD(Off-Road/Sport): Off Road Double Cab
Stock (Yes/No): Yes
Lift type: None
Wheels: Stock OR Wheels
Tires: Stock OR Tires
Front Springs+adjustment: Stock
Rear Springs+adjustment: Stock
Front Shocks: Stock
Rear Shocks: Stock
Front Driver height*: 20"
Front passenger height*: 20 1/2"
Rear Driver height*: 21 3/4"
Rear Passenger height*: 22"
Off-Road accessories (Bumpers/Winch/Armor/etc): None yet
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Year:2011
SR5/TRD(Off-Road/Sport): SR5 4x4 DCLB
Stock (Yes/No):Yes
Lift type:5100's w/884X with rear Icon 3 Leaf AAL
Wheels:Stock 16" Alloys
Tires:245/75/16 Dunlops
Front Springs+adjustment:OME 884Xs; Toytec Taco-lean spacer
Rear Springs+adjustment: Non-TSB with Icon 3 leaf progressive AAL
Front Shocks:5100
Rear Shocks:5100
Front Driver height*:22-1/4"
Front passenger height*:22-1/4"
Rear Driver height*:24"
Rear Passenger height*:24"
Off-Road accessories (Bumpers/Winch/Armor/etc):None
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Have new tires coming in soon and doing a level kit sometime in the near future. Will repost new measurements when all is done. In the meantime, I'll try to get measurements from hub center to fender to stay consistent with this thread.

Year: 2004
SR5/TRD(Off-Road/Sport): SR5 D-Cab Prerunner 2WD
Stock (Yes/No): Yes
Lift type: Stock
Front Springs+adjustment: Stock
Rear Springs+adjustment: Stock
Front Shocks: Stock
Rear Shocks: Stock
Front Driver height: 20 5/8"
Front passenger height: 20 3/4"
Rear Driver height: 21 3/4"
Rear Passenger height: 21 1/2"
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TRD Sport DCLB
Raceline Renegade 16x8" wheels
Goodyear Duratrac 265/75/16 tires
Bilstein 5100 .85" setting w/ Eibach springs, 1/2" driver side top plate & 1/4" passenger side top plate, Light Racing UCA's
Toytec 1.5" AAL w/ Bilstein 5100 on NON-TSB springs
Front measurement: 23"
Rear measurement: 23 1/2"
No offroad accessories
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Beware that when measuring ride height, even a slightly uneven or sloped ground surface (even seemingly imperceptible) can significantly affect your measurements -- you have to make sure that you are parked on a dead-level and flat planar surface.



Year: 2006
  • SR5/TRD(Off-Road/Sport): TRD Off-Road
  • Stock (Yes/No): No
  • Lift type: Bilstein 5100/Wheelers 3 leaf AAL
  • Wheels: Stock 16"s
  • Tires: Duratrac 265/75/16
  • Front Springs+adjustment: Stock
  • Rear Springs+adjustment: non-TSB with Wheelers 3-leaf AAL and overload leafs kept on
  • Front Shocks: 5100's (2.5"), no anti-lean spacer
  • Rear Shocks: 5100's
  • Front Driver height*: 23."125
  • Front passenger height*: 23.5"
  • Rear Driver height*: 23.625"
  • Rear Passenger height*: 24.0"
  • Off-Road accessories (Bumpers/Winch/Armor/etc): None
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Old 10-10-2011, 05:44 PM   #49
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Year:2010
SR5/TRD(Off-Road/Sport): TRD Sport
Stock (Yes/No):No
Lift type:OME with rear AAL
Wheels:Stock 17" Sport TRD
Tires:265/70/17 Duratracs
Front Springs+adjustment:OME 885Xs; OME Taco-lean trim packer
Rear Springs+adjustment: Non-TSB with Wheeler's 3 leaf progressive AAL
Front Shocks:OME 140S
Rear Shocks:OME N182
Front Driver height*:22-1/2"
Front passenger height*:22-1/2"
Rear Driver height*:23-3/4"
Rear Passenger height*:23-3/4"
Off-Road accessories (Bumpers/Winch/Armor/etc):None
Out of curiosity, are you running your overload leafs with your AAL's?
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The rear sits a half inch off, which is fairly noticeable. Need to do the TSB still, maybe that will level it out...

Year: 2010
SR5/TRD(Off-Road/Sport): TRD Off-Road DC
Stock (Yes/No): Yes
Lift type: None
Wheels: Stock 16" Alloys
Tires: Stock
Front Springs+adjustment: Stock
Rear Springs+adjustment: Stock
Front Shocks: Stock
Rear Shocks: Stock
Front Driver height*: 20.2"
Front passenger height*: 20.6"
Rear Driver height*: 22.0"
Rear Passenger height*: 21.5"
Off-Road accessories (Bumpers/Winch/Armor/etc): None
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  • Year: 2009
  • SR5/TRD(Off-Road/Sport): TRD Sport
  • Stock (Yes/No): No
  • Lift type: OME
  • Wheels: OEM Sport
  • Tires: 265/70/17 Hankook Dynapro MT
  • Front Springs+adjustment: 885x , no spacer
  • Rear Springs+adjustment: Dakars
  • Front Shocks: OME 90000 Nitrochargers
  • Rear Shocks: OME N182
  • Front Driver height*: 22 1/2"
  • Front passenger height*: 22 1/2"
  • Rear Driver height*: 24"
  • Rear Passenger height*: 24"
  • Off-Road accessories (Bumpers/Winch/Armor/etc): None , but I have a Leer 100RCC cap on
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Front Driver height*: 20"
Front passenger height*: 20 1/2"
Rear Driver height*: 21 3/4"
Rear Passenger height*: 22"
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Front Driver height*: 20.2"
Front passenger height*: 20.6"
Rear Driver height*: 22.0"
Rear Passenger height*: 21.5"
Interesting... I thought DumpTruckTacoma's numbers might be erroneously low for stock, but it looks like both of you guys are pretty much spot on with each other's ride heights which gives me faith in the numbers.

I guess my 5100's are giving me about 3" in front and my Wheelers AAL's are giving me about 2" of rear lift -- overall more lift than I had previously thought. Thanks for posting up the stock height values. Time to trade in my 32"s for 34"s
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How are you guys doing your measurements from the center hub to the fender? It seems there is more room for human error when measuring from the center hub than if doing it from the ground because you can't get a straight-line height measurement from the center hub to the fender. Any thoughts?
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How are you guys doing your measurements from the center hub to the fender? It seems there is more room for human error when measuring from the center hub than if doing it from the ground because you can't get a straight-line height measurement from the center hub to the fender. Any thoughts?
Centre of hub to underside of fender eliminates differences in tire size
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How are you guys doing your measurements from the center hub to the fender? It seems there is more room for human error when measuring from the center hub than if doing it from the ground because you can't get a straight-line height measurement from the center hub to the fender. Any thoughts?
I did mine using a cloth measuring tape (used for sewing). I took the time to measure the exact center (or centre, if you are from Canadia ) of each hub and marked the center/centre with a pencil.

In reality, there are a few huge sources of measurement error -- e.g., 1) the inability to get a perfect straight line measurement to the fender, 2) the fact that each fender edge rises towards the rear (i.e., what defines the center of the fender?), and perhaps most importantly 3) any unevenness, irregularity, or slope of the ground surface on which the truck is parked. I'd guess that most of these measurements list in this thread are only reliable to +/- 1/4" at best.
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Year 2004
SR5 4x4 V6 auto.
Tires LT265/70R16
Front Springs OME881
Front Shocks Bilstein 5100 middle position
Rear AAL and block
Rear Shocks Pro Comp
Front Drivers Height 23"
Front Passenger Height 23 1/8"
Rear Driver Height 24 1/2"
Rear Passenger Height 24 5/8"
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How are you guys doing your measurements from the center hub to the fender? It seems there is more room for human error when measuring from the center hub than if doing it from the ground because you can't get a straight-line height measurement from the center hub to the fender. Any thoughts?
Do you mean parallax error when finding the center of the hub? I can see your concern, but I doubt it would be more than 1/8" off.

Year: 2007
SR5/TRD(Off-Road/Sport): TRD Off-Road DCSB
Stock (Yes/No): Yes
Lift type: None
Wheels: Stock 16" Alloys
Tires: 265/75-16 Duratracs
Front Springs+adjustment: Stock
Rear Springs+adjustment: Stock
Front Shocks: Stock
Rear Shocks: Stock
Front Driver height*: 20 1/2"
Front passenger height*: 20 1/4"
Rear Driver height*: 21 1/2"
Rear Passenger height*: 21 1/2"
Off-Road accessories (Bumpers/Winch/Armor/etc): Shrockworks sliders

I have reverse Taco lean for some reason. Maybe parking on the street where the crown of the road puts more weight on the right side?
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2008 access cab trd off road rugged trail package

5100's all around, front set at 1.75 with no rear tsb, only 3 leafs in back

So I decided to do some measurements today

FIRST from center of hub to bottom of fender
Rear passenger: 23in
Rear Driver: 23in
Front Driver: 22in
Front passenger 22 1/2

From Ground to Fender
Rear Passenger: 36 1/2
Rear Driver: 37
Front Driver: 36in
Front Passenger: 36in.

Will try in 2 different locations, spot was as flat as I thought I could get it.
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  • Year: 2011
  • SR5/TRD(Off-Road/Sport): TRD Sport dcsb
  • Stock (Yes/No): No
  • Lift type: 5100s @ 0 w/Eibach coils, .5"spacer DS & .25"spacer PS. 5100s rear w/ 1.5 AAL.
  • Wheels: Stock Sport Wheels
  • Tires: Stock 265/65-17
  • Front Springs+adjustment: Eibach 1.6
  • Rear Springs+adjustment: 1.5 AAL Toytec
  • Front Shocks: 5100s @ 0 setting
  • Rear Shocks: 5100s
  • Front Driver height*: 22 3/8.....................gained 2 3/8 over stock
  • Front passenger height*: 22 5/8...............gained 2 1/8 over stock
  • Rear Driver height*: 23 3/8.......................gained 1 3/4 over stock
  • Rear Passenger height*: 23 5/8.................gained 1 3/4 over stock
  • Off-Road accessories (Bumpers/Winch/Armor/etc): None
Just did this lift yesterday initial measurements were higher, these are somewhat settled. I absolutely love the ride. Have'nt gotten an alignment yet but even so there are no vibes or drifting. I had slight steering wheel vibrations with the stock TRD suspension and was generally disappionted with the feel. This set up is night and day. I put about 100 miles since I installed the lift yesterday morning and I am very happy with the results. Good money spent.
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I measured my ride height today at an oil change bay to get a perfectly level ground,

from center of hub to fender
Front driver: 21 3/4
Front passenger: 21 3/4
Rear Driver: 22 1/4
Rear passenger: 22 1/4

from ground to fender
Front Driver: 36 1/2
Front Passenger: 36 1/2
Rear passenger: 37 1/2
Rear Driver: 37 1/2

Its pretty dead on for now
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