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Old 02-06-2011, 06:03 PM   #1
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Talking My New Lift: Walker Evans w/ All Pro UCA's

Just finished my lift and tire install. It looks like I will now need a rear lift. I was hoping to just level the truck since I have the TSB rear. Any suggestions on rear lifts?

Also the All Pro instructions for the coilovers say to pre-load at 3.2" and 3.5" for 3" of lift. This is NOT correct!!!!! I set mine at 3" and had 4" of lift and NO give whatsoever. I now have it at 2" of pre-load and still needs to come down another 1". Any suggestions on adjusting the pre-load while on the truck is appreciated as I am having a tough time.

Lift:
-Walker Evans 2.5" Coilovers
-All Pro Offroad UCA's

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-BF Goodrich All Terrain 265/75 r16

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Old 02-06-2011, 06:16 PM   #2
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Damn that shits high in the front!! Get Toytec's AAL, costs $92 shipped!
Looks good though!!
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Lower the front some, and get an Aal for sure
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Old 02-06-2011, 08:53 PM   #4
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Damn that shits high in the front!! Get Toytec's AAL, costs $92 shipped!
Looks good though!!
I am looking at the Toytec or All Pro AAL. Do you know if I need longer U-Bolts from the Toytec AAL? I am also unsure if I will need axle shims and/or a carrier bearing drop.
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Old 02-06-2011, 09:07 PM   #5
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looks sick, if its not to personal what was the price of lift then the price of install?
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looks sick, if its not to personal what was the price of lift then the price of install?
Thanks!! The install was free as I did it myself. The coilovers were around $900 and the UCA's were about $550. I don't remember the exact prices but I purchased them during the All Pro group but around September 2010.
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Looks good, keep us updated on the Walker Evans, not too many people around here running them. Congrats
I will keep you posted. So far all I can say is they are super stiff but that's because I have too much preload.
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Old 02-06-2011, 10:18 PM   #9
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Thanks!! The install was free as I did it myself. The coilovers were around $900 and the UCA's were about $550. I don't remember the exact prices but I purchased them during the All Pro group but around September 2010.
Thanks for the prices man, looks really tough.
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Let us know how you like the ap ucas
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I am considering a similar setup. Interested to see how you like it over time.
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This is the first walker evans products Ive seen on a tacoma, why is that?
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Thanks for the prices man, looks really tough.
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pretty sick setup
Thanks for the complements guys.

I am looking to order the All Pro or Wheelers 3 Leaf AAL and hope to have it installed next weekend. I will keep you posted.
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This is the first walker evans products Ive seen on a tacoma, why is that?
i've been running my front 2.0 WE COs for over 2 years and the 2.0 rears for almost the same.

they will be replaced.
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i've been running my front 2.0 WE COs for over 2 years and the 2.0 rears for almost the same.

they will be replaced.
Why replace them?
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Why replace them?
ride like a tank and the coils are too close for my comfort. the 2.5s "appear" to be a better build. the way the 2.0 COs attach to the upper strut mount is flimsy and looks like a cheap way to make a shock work for a different vehicles use. i plan on rebuilding them for now, but they will get replaced.
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ride like a tank and the coils are too close for my comfort. the 2.5s "appear" to be a better build. the way the 2.0 COs attach to the upper strut mount is flimsy and looks like a cheap way to make a shock work for a different vehicles use. i plan on rebuilding them for now, but they will get replaced.
Good to know, maybe I'll go for the Fox 2.0''. Are you still happy with your UCA's?
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Good to know, maybe I'll go for the Fox 2.0''. Are you still happy with your UCA's?
i've got the original AP 1" UCAs and they will get replaced too. they dont bring the alignment back enough caster and just personal preference. all of my AP stuff will get replaced except for maybe the rear diff skid and the rear leafs/u bolt flip.
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