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Old 09-28-2011, 01:34 PM   #1
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5100s w/ Eibachs: do I need rear lift?

I dont have a rear TSB and I can't get one. with the 1.6" lift will I have a major bro lean? Also, if I install an AAL later will I need another alignment?
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Depends on how high the rear is currently compared to the front. Measure from hub centre to the fender arch front/ rear on both sides and let us know. Keep in mind that the rear arch is 0.75" higher than the front one by design, so you'll want to account for that.
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You will not have a major bro lean at all, I have the Eibachs with my 5100's at .85" lift and a 1.5" leaf pack and I am level. You will probably be barely nose high.
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you going to sit front high without tsb, level with tsb, and factory rake with 1.5 aal on tsb or 2" aal on non tsb. If you have the half spacers with the rear aal than you will be level and close to 3" lift.

this is going off my truck.

im level with .85 setup with 1/2 spacers on both sides and 1.5" aal with tsb
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