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Old 04-25-2011, 09:22 AM   #1
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1.5 AAL or 2 AAL

Does anyone have pictures or know how much rake will be achieved with the above AAL's with Eibachs and 5100's set at 0 up front? I don't mind having some rack, but I don't want more rake than I currently have.

Stock 2006 AC 4x4 Sport, NO TSB. I am doing the 5100's on all four, eibachs up front, just can't decide what AAL to go with?

Any suggestions?
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Does anyone have pictures or know how much rack will be achieved with the above AAL's with Eibachs and 5100's set at 0 up front? I don't mind having some rack, but I don't want more rack than I currently have.

Stock 2006 AC 4x4 Sport, NO TSB. I am doing the 5100's on all four, eibachs up front, just can't decide what AAL to go with?

Any suggestions?
If you don't want any more rake than you currently have, and the eibachs provide 1.6" of lift, you should probably go with the 1.5" AAL, not the 2", right?
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If you don't want any more rake than you currently have, and the eibachs provide 1.6" of lift, you should probably go with the 1.5" AAL, not the 2", right?
Yeah, I am not sure!
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Yeah, I am not sure!
1.5" AAL...max...some people even leave the back stock when doing 1.75" up front.
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Old 04-25-2011, 11:06 AM   #5
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I just posted this 1.5" AAL in the buy/sell section.

http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/2nd...b-1-5-aal.html
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I was thinking that, but I have heard several people who do the eibachs and 5100s at 0 get around 2" of lift. I just want to make sure I am not nose high, but don't want to get the 2" AAL and have a lot of rake.

Anyone have pics?
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I'm running eibachs and fatbobsgarage 1/2" isolator on stock shocks and TSB rear and still have more fender gap in the rear. But I'm not sure about non-tsb.
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I would use the 1.5" over the 2" simply because of the strain it places on the leaf caused by the arch from the AAL. I have a 2" and the leaf floats over the AAL and sits on the edges of the AAL causing it to bend at that section. I suppose the 1.5" are of a lesser arch therefore shouldn't be as bad.
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I have billys at .85 with eibachs and 2" aal and have rake still. I would get 1.5 aal if you plan on setting them at 0
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