|11-12-2008, 09:28 AM||#1|
Spacers with AAL/ Blocks
anyone running a 95-04 taco with coil spacers (mine are 3 in) with rear AAL or blocks? i like the lean i have but cant decide if i should go with AAL or blocks in the rear. I was thinking around 1" in the rear.
|11-12-2008, 12:10 PM||#2|
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Definately get the AAL. It'll improve the suspension (axle wrap, etc) and flex.
Blocks are bad and can crack/break under torque loads especially if you go offroading. I've seen several blocks break on the trails and cause serious damages including literally FLYING out from under the truck and hitting people nearbye.
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|11-12-2008, 03:23 PM||#3|
Totally agree with Janster, she's got the right idea. Blocks are a bad deal.
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