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Old 04-18-2011, 06:20 PM   #21
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I actually do notice the taco lean with just my stock suspension. I ordered the 1/4" spacer with the other stuff I ordered today.
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Old 04-18-2011, 06:23 PM   #22
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The springs are still carrying the load, the 5100's have more travel than the stock shocks. All the 5100's do is raise the lower perch further up on the shock body. I don't think he understands how they work.
Where did you hear the 5100's have more travel than the stockers?
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My truck with 265/75r16s. 1.75" 5100s up front with rear spring TSB in rear.

I just bought some LR UCAs and looking into the 884s or 885s and getting a 1.5" AAL from toytec.

Both the front and the rear settled a bit; so I am looking into something just below 3" to account for future sagging.
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