I have a 2011 Tacoma TRD Sport 4x4 Double Cab Short Bed. I've done some minor modifications to it at this point. (see the complete list in my profile).
I just need some advice as I've done tons of research on here already. In fact I've been lurking for a good long while and most of my modifications were based off suggestions from this very forum.
The main issue is that I didn't understand what the TSB was until after I had my Revtek 3 inch lift w/ AAL installed. I also tow a 4400lb (~6000lb loaded) travel trailer. I NEED the TSB done. I took it to the dealership and they had no issue agreeing to do the TSB until the saw that I had the AAL instead of blocks in the rear. The mechanic made it sound like I would have to switch to blocks in the rear for him to do the TSB, maybe I just need to have the AAL removed and reinstalled after the TSB is completed? I really don't want to switch to blocks unless I have to, especially since I plan on changing out the entire lift kit sometime next year most likely.
I guess I just need to know, for the short term, if the TSB and the Revtek AAL can exist together and I can get the work done without buying blocks or replacing the lift earlier than I would like. I also want to install LR UAC to fix the alignment and steering wobble issues with a 3 inch lift.
If I can just go with the LR UAC to fix the alignment and get the TSB done while still using the Revtek AAL that would be perfect. Then next year I can upgrade the whole lift. What I really don't want to do is change the rear lift to blocks and then replace it all next year or the year after.
I regret installing the Revtek lift and wish I had done either the Toyotec Ultimate Lift w/ TSB AAL or the OME lift kit and I will be redoing it sometime in the future. Long term, I was leaning towards the Toyotec Ultimate lift, but with my towing needs in mind, if anyone has any suggestions on my future lift that would be great as well. I'd really like to do it right next time around and be done with it.
This truck is my daily driver, with a few trips to Home Depot to carry stone, bark-dust, furniture, etc. I also tow that trailer and go up hunting, camping, and general outdoor stuff throughout the year. While I don't do any "hardcore" off-road I would definitely like to have some decent capability considering it can get fairly rough, rocky, and down right sloppy (not to mention snow) where I go hunting at.
Thank in advance for everyone's replies!