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Old 03-09-2013, 05:01 PM   #221
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realized I posted in the wrong thread, thanks OZ
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Drivers side - 24 1/2"
Pass side - 25"
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Old 03-31-2013, 12:27 AM   #223
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my AC

before with front 5100's set at 1.75 with TSB rear leaf(dead springs);

Front left 21 1/2, right 21 3/4
Rear left 21 3/4, right 22

after with OME 90000(+homemade driver side 5mm trim packer) + 886x fronts and Dakar+AAL rear (didn't install new extended length 5100s yet)

front left 24 1/8, right 24 1/8
rear left 24 3/4 right 25 1/8

I had a full tank of gas and misc tools and stuff in the bed, also have a tailgate reinforcement(~40-50lbs)

i'll re-measure the rears when I swap out the shocks.

got my alignment today too and it settle in perfectly with the LR UCA's.
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2008 dcsb w/ camper (snug top):

dakar 3" leaf pack w/ nitro 90000 shocks (just the rear)

driver side (rear): 24 1/2 "

pass. side (rear): 24"

i must say that the dakar leaf pack rides waaaay better than the pro comps 3" rear lift!!!! (shoulda done it in the first place)
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2008 dcsb w/ camper (snug top):

dakar 3" leaf pack w/ nitro 90000 shocks (just the rear)

driver side (rear): 24 1/2 "

pass. side (rear): 24"

i must say that the dakar leaf pack rides waaaay better than the pro comps 3" rear lift!!!! (shoulda done it in the first place)
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Old 04-04-2013, 12:22 PM   #228
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just wanted to leave my numbers here. i just replaced my stock trd off road leaf pack with the toytec 2" aal. i know its already been established but the stock leaf pack is freaking shitty! the dakar leaf with extra overload leaf is the way to go (imo). shit is super stiff, just the way i like it though. with the stock leafs when i threw away trash, which is never a lot mind you, the back would sag right away; and dont even get me started if i load up my quad. with the new leaf pack, there is no variance. i load anything up (within reason) it stays the same. im very pleased. the rears, from middle to fender measured 25 1/4". the only thing im sad about is the rake. its prominent now. with my icon (extended travel) coilovers maxed, there is no adjustment, so front is 3 1/2" of lift and rear is more like 5". not a deal breaker but its there.
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Old 04-04-2013, 01:08 PM   #229
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raceline: ill throw up some pics when i get home this afternoon. got em on my dslr lol.
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just wanted to leave my numbers here. i just replaced my stock trd off road leaf pack with the toytec 2" aal. i know its already been established but the stock leaf pack is freaking shitty! the dakar leaf with extra overload leaf is the way to go (imo). shit is super stiff, just the way i like it though. with the stock leafs when i threw away trash, which is never a lot mind you, the back would sag right away; and dont even get me started if i load up my quad. with the new leaf pack, there is no variance. i load anything up (within reason) it stays the same. im very pleased. the rears, from middle to fender measured 25 1/4". the only thing im sad about is the rake. its prominent now. with my icon (extended travel) coilovers maxed, there is no adjustment, so front is 3 1/2" of lift and rear is more like 5". not a deal breaker but its there.
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oz: i contemplated that. i mean, im sad cause now the rake is so prominent. kinda like how it was stock, but lifted LOL. but not sad enough to take everything apart again just to take that leaf out. its something that i can get used to cause it actually doesnt look that bad; its just my preference i the whole matter. plus also, im anticipating (hoping) the rears to settle a half inch or so, but by the way and how stiff these leaf packs are...i doubt it.

EDIT: cause i said i was gonna post up a pic

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I vote to leave as is. Looks great xero, maybe even haul around the quad for a bit to see if it will speed up the settling process?
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oz: i contemplated that. i mean, im sad cause now the rake is so prominent. kinda like how it was stock, but lifted LOL. but not sad enough to take everything apart again just to take that leaf out. its something that i can get used to cause it actually doesnt look that bad; its just my preference i the whole matter. plus also, im anticipating (hoping) the rears to settle a half inch or so, but by the way and how stiff these leaf packs are...i doubt it.

EDIT: cause i said i was gonna post up a pic

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DCSB- Dakar w/aal.

RR-26"
LR-25 3/4"

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DCSB- Dakar w/aal.

RR-26"
LR-25 3/4"

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24hrs. I can update measurement after a couple weeks
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