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Old 09-27-2011, 12:11 PM   #1
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who makes a 1.5" AAL for non-TSBs?

After I install my Eibach's w/ 5100's I'll be 1.6 inches higher in the front. What do I get for the rear to level it out?
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Did you try Wheelers?
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Did you try Wheelers?
Call DSM - they have the wheelers and ICON 1.5AAL (they are the same from what I was told) the Icon is actually cheaper as it gets free shipping though... go figure
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Wheelers or Icon 3-leaf progressive AAL. Another option would be Toytec.
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Toytec 1.5" is for TSB springs
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Toytec 1.5" is for TSB springs
sorry, you're right, the 2" is the one that fits non-TSB
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Old 09-27-2011, 12:27 PM   #8
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what does DSM stand for? and does Icon have a website or do you order through DSM?
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what does DSM stand for? and does Icon have a website or do you order through DSM?
Downsouth Motorsports, Order Icon stuff from them.
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For the best ride, go with the 3 Leaf aal set. Turns your stock pack into a progressive style pack.
http://www.wheelersoffroad.com/05uptacoaal.htm
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EDIT..............OP, u in the great white north?

U have 4 leaf pack right?

I am in Canada. But my truck is from the US. And they refuse to do the TSB for me up here...
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ICON has a 1.5" AAL? I don't see one. All I see is the 3 Leaf Progressive Add a Leaf Kit.

another question: if I have 5100s set at 0 w/ the Eibach's, do I necessarily need a rear lift? If I wait and see how it looks will it require a second alignment if I opt for the AAL later?
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Icon only has the 3-Leaf progressive pack not a single AAL. Someone correct me if I'm wrong.
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ICON has a 1.5" AAL? I don't see one. All I see is the 3 Leaf Progressive Add a Leaf Kit.

another question: if I have 5100s set at 0 w/ the Eibach's, do I necessarily need a rear lift? If I wait and see how it looks will it require a second alignment if I opt for the AAL later?
I don't think you will need a rear lift. You should be pretty level. And you shouldn't need a second alignment.
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I don't think you will need a rear lift. You should be pretty level. And you shouldn't need a second alignment.
When you change anything in the front you ALWAYS have an alignment done!
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When you change anything in the front you ALWAYS have an alignment done!
we're not talking about the front. I am going to install the 5100s all around and Eibachs in the front and get an alignment done. I was just wondering if I need a second alignment if I decide to install AALs thereafter.
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we're not talking about the front. I am going to install the 5100s all around and Eibachs in the front and get an alignment done. I was just wondering if I need a second alignment if I decide to install AALs thereafter.
You shouldn't need a second alignment after the AAL install. The rear doesn't have much adjustment anyways, all you can do about the rear is slide the axle forward and backwards a tiny bit, the centering pins don't allow for much adjustment.
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