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Old 11-02-2008, 06:04 PM   #1
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Now Available from ToyTec, AAL for trucks with the TSB

Hello Everyone,

I just wanted to let you know that there is a new AAL available from ToyTec for trucks that have had the rear TSB done. I received the first set and installed them this weekend. They lifted my truck about 1.5" on top of the 1" from the TSB. The ride is rather plush (I am also running 5100 rear shocks) and less harsh compared to the SuperSprings I was running. Harshness was a big concern when designing this AAL and I really believe that they got this one right. At any rate, ToyTec has around 20 units arriving early next week for anyone who is interested. They will be priced the same as the other AALs ($79.99) or PM me for a discount. Here are a few pics: (sorry for the poor quality.)

Part Number: TAC-AL-TSB











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Old 11-02-2008, 06:09 PM   #2
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Damn the looks good thanks for the info man!
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Old 11-02-2008, 06:17 PM   #4
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Looks awsome Dave, Have to give it a test when we hit green ridge again.
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Old 11-02-2008, 06:19 PM   #6
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Looks like a good spring! Its about time someone came out with this.
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Old 11-02-2008, 06:19 PM   #8
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Dude. This is awesome news. Now when I have the $$ to lift I won't be stuck running a damn block.
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Damn that was a good time,I have had a little more done to the truck since then, I am workin on at ARB air locker set up for the rear only thing is cant find anyone around here to install.
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Will an AAL from a lift prior to the TSB fit the new TSB springs?

I've already got an AAL on my truck and am taking it in tomorrow to get the TSB done and they said they'd switch the AAL over onto the new set.

But will it fit?
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Will an AAL from a lift prior to the TSB fit the new TSB springs?

I've already got an AAL on my truck and am taking it in tomorrow to get the TSB done and they said they'd switch the AAL over onto the new set.

But will it fit?
It should. If it hits the spring clamp, tun the AAL the other way.
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It should. If it hits the spring clamp, tun the AAL the other way.

Always a big help Chris! Thanks
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Sort of an old thread here, but I was just pondering this whole thing a bit ago, and searching lead me here.

If one were to be starting from a stock truck, what is the recommendation: TSB + TSB AAL or just skip the TSB and go get their regular AAL? I would like to maintain as much carrying/towing capacity as possible, but also have good performance on and off road.

Also for the 5100's, do I understand correctly that when using them in the back with an AAL that they should only be left on the lowest setting? I thought I read somewhere that raising the 5100's with an AAL would make the ride very harsh.
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Sort of an old thread here, but I was just pondering this whole thing a bit ago, and searching lead me here.

If one were to be starting from a stock truck, what is the recommendation: TSB + TSB AAL or just skip the TSB and go get their regular AAL? I would like to maintain as much carrying/towing capacity as possible, but also have good performance on and off road.

Also for the 5100's, do I understand correctly that when using them in the back with an AAL that they should only be left on the lowest setting? I thought I read somewhere that raising the 5100's with an AAL would make the ride very harsh.
The rear 5100's are NOT adjustable. Only the fronts are. If I remember correctly, the rear 5100's are a bolt-on and are made for up to 2" of rear lift.
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