Originally Posted by Tacomanator
Set both shocks at 1.75 and add one 1/4" spacer on the driver side. You should be able to do that instead buying two spacers.
I was going to originally but I don't want to preload the springs, a firm ride is fine but a harsh ride is not welcome on the terrain around here, ruts, big pot holes, cross ditches, washboard, exposed rocks/washed out roads. The stock SR5 suspension soaks it up nicely, even with 185km on it but it eventually fades, and it "wallows" a bit to much. I know Bilsteins are a firmer riding shock so they may not be the answer, they are how ever the easiest for me to get from Essex Distributors (Bilstein Canada).
The more I read, the more indecisive I am and ive been reading suspension posts every other night for the past few months here.
Basically what I want:
Stock soft ride quality but without the fading
Near level with the TSB springs, and correct the lean.
Better Load Handling in the rear suspension (Bilsteins will help a lot)
OME 884 with Nitrocharger's might be a very good option, Fox 2.0 fronts from All-Pro
set at 1.75" over stock, and 5100 rears might be the best option.
Ive been considoring Eibach's as well, but there isn't much info about them on here other than "they are good".