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Old 11-28-2011, 12:07 PM   #1
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1in AAL

Do 1in AAL exist? All I can find is 2in. I have non TSB

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Old 11-28-2011, 12:08 PM   #2
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Do 1in AAL exist? All I can find is 2in. I have non TSB

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Have never seen a 1" but they do make 1.5" AALs. Icon, Wheelers Off Road and Toytec all have 1.5' AALs.
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1.5 would be ok, only thing is that the ones ive found are only for TSB
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1.5 would be ok, only thing is that the ones ive found are only for TSB
Call one of the vendors to find out for sure but I believe they will work on non-TSB leaf packs. The guys at Wheelers, Downsouth Motorsports or Toytec all have great customer service and will tell you if the part will work before you spend your money. Several of them are members on here, you could try to PM them but probably quicker to just pick up the phone.
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1.5 would be ok, only thing is that the ones ive found are only for TSB
The TSB spring pack will lift about 1" (+)
Try posting a WTB in the Buy/Sell/Trade section here.
Someone might have a set laying around.

You can also go to a spring shop.
A good shop will say "Tell me where you want the truck to sit." and they will hit it within 1/4" with a custom AAL.

I believe that the space between the clamps on the non-TSB pack is greater than the TSB. This means that a TSB AAL should fit a non-TSB but possibly not the other way around.
My TSB is 33" between the clamps. Ask the vendor about non-TSB fitment.
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