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Old 08-24-2011, 08:58 PM   #42
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after 5 days of driving, i'm @ 25 inches even with an empty gas tank. (fuel light is on)

front stays the same @ 23 1/2
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I'll check in the morning.

Sooooo 3 mornings later

Drive way at home is a bit uneven, so I brought the tape with me to school. Measured it in the parking lot.


DCSB with ATO wrap around H/C bumper with tire swing out and dumbass stock tire on there I think the bumper weighs about 100 lbs, not too sure though...

Driver side:exactly 24 in.
Passenger side:25 in.

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Old 08-25-2011, 09:37 PM   #44
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Sooooo 3 mornings later

Drive way at home is a bit uneven, so I brought the tape with me to school. Measured it in the parking lot.


DCSB with ATO wrap around H/C bumper with tire swing out and dumbass stock tire on there I think the bumper weighs about 100 lbs, not too sure though...

Driver side:exactly 24 in.
Passenger side:25 in.

Ya happy OZ?!
Thanks

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Old 08-28-2011, 09:07 AM   #45
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IIRC, OME makes Tacoma leaf springs within a 1/2" range; +5mm, 0, -5mm.
What the customer receives is two matched springs.
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Old 08-28-2011, 09:27 AM   #46
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IIRC, OME makes Tacoma leaf springs within a 1/2" range; +5mm, 0, -5mm.
What the customer receives is two matched springs.
Interesting .
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DCSB. Sitting at 24" on both sides with a full tank of gas and a toolbox full of gear. I kind of thought the LB would sit lower than our SB's... I stand corrected.
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DCSB. Sitting at 24" on both sides with a full tank of gas and a toolbox full of gear. I kind of thought the LB would sit lower than our SB's... I stand corrected.
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I just installed the Dakars and on my DCSB its sitting at 24 1/4"
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Old 09-02-2011, 02:32 PM   #50
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Average returns from posters in this thread ( updated to post #52 )

DCLB-24 3/8" (3)
DCSB-24 3/8" (6)
AC- 25" (4)
RC- 25.5" (1)
The heights for dclbs baffle me. I just measure mine with tsb springs an I'm at 23 inches. I'm wondering how they claim 2.75 inches of lift and by the numbers reported all I'd se is 1.5?
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Old 09-02-2011, 05:47 PM   #51
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The heights for dclbs baffle me. I just measure mine with tsb springs an I'm at 23 inches. I'm wondering how they claim 2.75 inches of lift and by the numbers reported all I'd se is 1.5?
2.75" over US stock 3 leaf pack height
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Old 09-03-2011, 09:12 AM   #52
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Ah ha! That would explain it. Though I gained only 3/4 in with the TSB springs? Oh well, no matter, I'm really not in need of dakars
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Ah ha! That would explain it. Though I gained only 3/4 in with the TSB springs? Oh well, no matter, I'm really not in need of dakars
Keep in mind the numbers in the OP are an average of all the posters in the thread , some higher , some lower .
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2010 DCSB nothing extra in the back

Driver side 25 1/8ish
Passanger 25 1/2ish
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Old 10-23-2011, 04:34 PM   #55
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I got a full 3" lift front & back.
885s up front trim packer no spacer. Dakars in rear.
Didn't measure center hub to fender before lift, did fender to ground before and after.
After I did center hub to fender 24 1/4" with full tank of gas.
Still need to get my wheel well fillers.
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I have about 6500K miles on mine full tank and still at 25". Your truck has a cap that add some weight. Also check your break lines mine are ok but not for off road. It looks good.
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DCLB
Driver side 24.5"
Pass side 25"
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Old 11-07-2011, 01:50 PM   #58
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I'll update the OP when I get home.
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Old 12-16-2011, 05:38 PM   #60
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Finally get to post here.

Driver: 24.5
Pass: 25


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