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Old 05-02-2013, 07:49 AM   #242
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Received my Dakars. They both have + signs on them. I understand these are slightly more arched than the ones marked - . How much extra lift does this typically manifest into once installed?
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Received my Dakars. They both have + signs on them. I understand these are slightly more arched than the ones marked - . How much extra lift does this typically manifest into once installed?

A negligible amount of difference from ones marked 0 or --
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Old 05-02-2013, 10:37 AM   #244
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A negligible amount of difference from ones marked 0 or --
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Received my Dakars. They both have + signs on them. I understand these are slightly more arched than the ones marked - . How much extra lift does this typically manifest into once installed?
1/4" as per OME literature
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Old 05-02-2013, 11:21 AM   #246
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A negligible amount of difference from ones marked 0 or --
The difference between a " + " and a " - " can be 1/2"
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The difference between a " + " and a " - " can be 1/2"
Like I said, negligible... kidding. Thanks for correcting, I thought it was less than that.
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Old 05-02-2013, 12:06 PM   #248
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1/4" as per OME literature
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ok cool, thanks for clarifying. I will post my numbers later. I am hoping to get them in this weekend.
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Old 05-02-2013, 02:12 PM   #249
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With 3rd leaf removed

DCSB - 23 3/8" (1)
AC - 23 3/8" (1)
Well shoot; I can live with that. That's only 5/8" more than my TSB springs.
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Old 05-04-2013, 04:27 PM   #250
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Daks went in today. DCSB.

passenger side - 25.5
drivers side - 25.25

No vibes to report. I assume they need to settle abit. Will re-measure in a week
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Old 05-06-2013, 04:58 PM   #251
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Install happens tomorrow. I will measure all three undersides from hub (all wheels) to front, top, and back of fender. I'm guessing you're primarily interested in hub to bottom of fender above the wheel. I will give you more data than you asked for.



Ok. Now that I'm back from doing that it is clear why you only want hub to bottom of fender directly above the hub. That is a 90 degree measurement and easily quantified. The other measurements are from an angle and can be subjective. I did them anyway and am putting them all into a speadsheet so I can see what the entire lift does for me.

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Old 05-13-2013, 12:13 AM   #252
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Bump for more numbers and because I feel this is the best place to ask: I'm at 22.5 with the TSB shitpack and want to be around the 24" mark. Would I be smarter to remove the 3rd leaf or the top overload? I haul a toolbox with about 50 pounds constantly. Thanks for any help!
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Bump for more numbers and because I feel this is the best place to ask: I'm at 22.5 with the TSB shitpack and want to be around the 24" mark. Would I be smarter to remove the 3rd leaf or the top overload? I haul a toolbox with about 50 pounds constantly. Thanks for any help!
The numbers are all in the OP

With a DCLB , you will be right around 24-24 1/2 with some weight in the back
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I'm too lazy to dig, at what height do you need to add brake line extenders? I'm really thinking about getting the OME kit and if I do, i'll definitely go with the dakars over just an AAL. 885s on the front.
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3" or more for sure

With the Dakars it's not necessary in most cases , but is a good idea if you intend to really flex the truck a lot
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Switched from AAL (24.25 inches) to Dakars (25.25) inches last night.

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Daks went in today. DCSB.

passenger side - 25.5
drivers side - 25.25
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Switched from AAL (24.25 inches) to Dakars (25.25) inches last night.

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Finally did my lift/shocks today...

*TRD Sport Prerunner DCLB
*3rd leaf removed
*"-" marked
*1/8 tank gas

Driver side-24"
Passenger side-23-3/4"
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