So yesterday I took my 2010 TRD Sport into the Wilsonville Toyota Dealer here in Oregon. Dropped it off at 8:30, wasn't done until 6:15 and by then I was at the Blazer game, so I picked it up today and drove home..haven't driven anywhere rough or anything, but I noticed it is a lot firmer, but not stiffer, firmer as in the sense of...idk how to explain it, but I love it so far and I'm glad I got it done! It rides A LOT nicer, and turns/corners better I feel like?? Also, I lowered the tailgate and sat on it, and it no longer sinks like 3 inches! If anyone is contemplating the TSB, I would say get it done, I really like it!
Also, I'm going to be ordering front adjustable Bilstein 5100's and I want to know what to set them at to level out the truck, or be as close to level w/ the rear. I have a (i think 2") Tuff Country Spacer lift on the front to level it out with the stock rear(it did a good job leveling it, but it's starting to ride like shit) and my measurements were(with tuff country leveling kit, and stock rear):
Front Driver: 21 and 3/4"
Front Pass: 21 and 3/4"
Stock Rear Driver: 21 and 5/8"
Stock Rear Pass: 21 and 5/8"
TSB Rear(both same): 22 and 1/2"
What will I need to set Billies at up front? I will be removing the spacer lift when the 5100's go in, so that will drop the front down to whatever a stock 2010 TRD Sport DC front measurements are.