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Old 11-07-2011, 07:25 PM   #61
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Year: 2002
SR5/TRD(Off-Road/Sport): SR5
Stock (Yes/No):no
Lift type:custom
Wheels: procomp rock crawler series
Tires: 35/12.5/15 BFG MT
Front Springs+adjustment: leafs
Rear Springs+adjustment: leafs
Front Shocks: bilsteins
Rear Shocks: bilsteins
Front Driver height*: 29"
Front passenger height*: 29"
Rear Driver height*: 29"
Rear Passenger height*:29"
Off-Road accessories (Bumpers/Winch/Armor/etc): tube bumpers, winch sliders solid front axle,

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Year:2008
SR5/TRD(Off-Road/Sport): Off-Road
Stock (Yes/No):No
Lift type:5100's set @ .85 w/ Eibach coils, 1.5 AAL
Wheels:Stock 16"
Tires:265/70-16 BFG's
Front Springs+adjustment:Eibach 1.6
Rear Springs+adjustment: Non-TSB with Wheeler's 1.5 AAL
Front Shocks:5100's
Rear Shocks:5100's
Front Driver height:22-1/4"
Front passenger height:22-1/2"
Rear Driver height:23-1/2"
Rear Passenger height:23-1/4"
Off-Road accessories (Bumpers/Winch/Armor/etc):None

My driveway is a little lumpy. Truck feels level when driving. Next on the list is new tires.
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  • Year: 2010
  • SR5/TRD(Off-Road/Sport): TRD Off-Road
  • Stock (Yes/No): NO
  • Lift type: Mid-travel
  • Wheels: Stock 16" OR
  • Tires: 265/70/16 Rugged Fail
  • Front Springs+adjustment: Fox 2.5 Coil Overs (non remote resi)
  • Rear Springs+adjustment: All Pro Expedition Leaf Pack
  • Front Shocks: Fox 2.5 Coil Overs (non remote resi)
  • Rear Shocks: Fox 2.0 (non remote resi)
  • Front Driver height*: 24"
  • Front passenger height*: 24"
  • Rear Driver height*: 25.5"
  • Rear Passenger height*: 25.5"
  • Off-Road accessories (Bumpers/Winch/Armor/etc): All-Pro Sliders, big balls
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Old 07-05-2012, 06:18 PM   #64
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Year:1995
SR5/TRD(Off-Road/Sport):sr5
Stock (Yes/No):no
Lift type:toytec and me
Wheels:series 186 American racing
Tires:33 inch maxis bighorns
Front Springs+adjustment:
Rear Springs+adjustment:
Front Shocksrocomp
Rear Shocksrocomp
Front Driver height*:26.5
Front passenger height*:26 3/4
Rear Driver height*:27
Rear Passenger height*:27.5
Off-Road accessories (Bumpers/Winch/Armor/etc):
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Year:1995
SR5/TRD(Off-Road/Sport):sr5
Stock (Yes/No):no
Lift type:toytec and me
Wheels:series 186 American racing
Tires:33 inch maxis bighorns
Front Springs+adjustment:
Rear Springs+adjustment:
Front Shocksrocomp
Rear Shocksrocomp
Front Driver height*:26.5
Front passenger height*:26 3/4
Rear Driver height*:27
Rear Passenger height*:27.5
Off-Road accessories (Bumpers/Winch/Armor/etc):
Now we need to move this to 2nd Gen...
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Old 02-26-2013, 06:26 AM   #68
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Hello Forum,


RIDE HEIGHT ORIGINALLY:
with stock suspension
& 265/70r16:
LF 34.00 RF 34.25
LR 35.25 RR 35.50

RIDE HEIGHT NOW:
with Billstiens @.85,
'12 OEM 3/1 leafs,
Wheelers 3 leaf AAL,
OEM overload leaf,
& 265/75r16 BFG A/T's:
LF 36.00 / RF 36.00
LR 39.00 / RR 39.00

RIDE HEIGHT (hub to fender)
LF 21.25 / RF 21.25
LR 24.25 / RR 24.25

OEM STEEL WHEEL:
Dimensions:: 16" x 7" with chrome wheel skins.

FYI, I replaced my original 2/1 pack with these 3/1 leafs. It came off a 2012 with 5K miles on them. It took 2 days of rough driving for them to settle and they have been at this height ever since. Very slight shudder between 12 & 22 but it's been like that for a while and no issues.

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Old 03-17-2013, 02:57 PM   #69
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UPDATE:

I lifted the front Billie's to 1.75 from .85. It still has rake which I want. I don't want it level or nose high.


RIDE HEIGHT NOW:
with Billstiens @1.75,
'12 OEM 3/1 leafs,
Wheelers 3 leaf AAL,
OEM overload leaf,
& 265/75r16 BFG A/T's:
LF 37.00 / RF 37.00
LR 39.00 / RR 39.00

RIDE HEIGHT (hub to fender)
LF 22.25 / RF 22.25
LR 24.25 / RR 24.25








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i have the 5100's set at the highest setting and and arb bumper and i measured mine from center of hub to fender and i am at 21 inches what should i do to get 2 or 3 more inches out of the lift ? from what i can tell its about stock height or an inch higher!
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i have the 5100's set at the highest setting and and arb bumper and i measured mine from center of hub to fender and i am at 21 inches what should i do to get 2 or 3 more inches out of the lift ? from what i can tell its about stock height or an inch higher!
Switch shocks and springs or go to blocks/DB.
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i have the 5100's set at the highest setting and and arb bumper and i measured mine from center of hub to fender and i am at 21 inches what should i do to get 2 or 3 more inches out of the lift ? from what i can tell its about stock height or an inch higher!
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Update to mine
Was 3" front & rear with 885s & Dakars.
Added sliders - 1/4" front & rear.
Added a full set of skids - 1/2" front.
Added 1/4" top plate spacers now at 2 3/4" front & rear.

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Well,
I finally got my Maxtrac spindles (front) & 1.25" Spidertrax spacers, installed on the rear wheels. I already had the Wheelers 3 Leaf AAL & 1" block. Ready to hit some trails! For the observant ones, I still need to align it, secure the ABS lines, & re-install the front skid plate but I'll do that this week.

Special thanks to CJ (my mechanic) & everyone who responded to my PM's regarding the Spindles & the Spidertrax wheel adapters!























Just got it aligned. Nothing to report here. Same as aligning a stock height Tacoma.

HEIGHT SPECS: (with 3/4 tank of gas & no one inside).

(ground to fender base)
LF 39.25 / RF 39.00
LR 40.00 / RR 40.00

(hub to fender base)
LF 24.25 / RF 24.00
LR 25.00 / RR 25.00
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