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Old 12-15-2011, 07:28 AM   #1
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I'm the TW idiot not knowing what TSB

Look I'm a dumbass as many of you may know if you ever read one of my threads and I was just wondering what is the Rear TSB Is it a whole new leaf pack if it is , is it better or worse than Dakar Leaf Pack?
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Old 12-15-2011, 07:35 AM   #2
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The Rear TSB (Technical Service Bulletin), is an additional leaf that is installed from the dealer to make up for the lousy leaf springs on your truck, if you have three leafs (including the overload leaf), then you truck did not get the TSB. Your truck may not need it because it's an '11, Dakars are far superior to the stock springs.
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Okay sweet thanks but my '11 is only has two leafs but I think I'm Gunna get dakars
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Old 12-15-2011, 10:18 AM   #4
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FYI

Dakars will lift your rear approx 2 3/4 - 3" , you will need new rear shocks
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Old 12-15-2011, 10:26 AM   #5
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The Rear TSB (Technical Service Bulletin), is an additional leaf that is installed from the dealer to make up for the lousy leaf springs on your truck, if you have three leafs (including the overload leaf), then you truck did not get the TSB.
No it is not an additional leaf added.
Don't know why this get erroneously repeated over and over

It is a completely new spring in 3+1 configuration. (stock is 2+1)
(3 normal leaves and 1 overload)
Figure on 1-1/2"(+/-) lift

The Dakar is a superior spring.
2-3/4" lift

stock<TSB<Dakar
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okay im planning on putting 5100's front and rear to 2.5 is putting Dakar to "Heavy Duty" for this kind of lift?
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Old 12-15-2011, 12:09 PM   #7
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okay im planning on putting 5100's front and rear to 2.5 is putting Dakar to "Heavy Duty" for this kind of lift?
Do you haul material or tow ?
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i ususally put deer feed in the bed that fills all the way around to the top every weekend November-january other than that nothing heavy as that through out the year but I like to offroad a lot but stock isnt cutting it for me anymore I want a bit higher edge
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Old 12-15-2011, 12:20 PM   #9
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i ususally put deer feed in the bed that fills all the way around to the top every weekend November-january other than that nothing heavy as that through out the year but I like to offroad a lot but stock isnt cutting it for me anymore I want a bit higher edge
Daks are great for weight , stiffer ride when unloaded .
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No it is not an additional leaf added.
I asked about that when I went in for the TSB and yes, he told me it was a whole new pack.
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Daks are great for weight , stiffer ride when unloaded .
really thats good all my friends would make fun of my truck bc i would sag with all the weight and said my truck sucked and I would get pissed but I had no comeback with all my friends bc they all had dualies
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Old 12-15-2011, 12:35 PM   #12
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The TSB springs suck if you haul , they will be flat in no time .
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Okay alright thanks for everything
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Wanting to know the same thing. My 2011 prerunner has 2+1 in back and I tow a trailer with an atv and it sags a little. Plan on 5100s in front at 1.75 and in rear. Will the dakars be too much?
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Wanting to know the same thing. My 2011 prerunner has 2+1 in back and I tow a trailer with an atv and it sags a little. Plan on 5100s in front at 1.75 and in rear. Will the dakars be too much?
If you have the money to spend then yes they will do great
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No it is not an additional leaf added.
Don't know why this get erroneously repeated over and over

It is a completely new spring in 3+1 configuration. (stock is 2+1)
(3 normal leaves and 1 overload)
Figure on 1-1/2"(+/-) lift

The Dakar is a superior spring.
2-3/4" lift

stock<TSB<Dakar
I've been looking/searching TW for that info for a while now on the lift after a TSB. Thanks!
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Old 12-15-2011, 08:42 PM   #17
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It is a completely new spring in 3+1 configuration. (stock is 2+1)
(3 normal leaves and 1 overload)
Figure on 1-1/2"(+/-) lift
Settles fairly quickly to about 3/4"
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Old 12-15-2011, 09:42 PM   #19
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Oh. M'eh. I'm switching my TSB & recently ordered AAL to Dakars. Maybe take a leaf out. Still deciding...
I got 2 3/4" out of my Daks , settled to 2 1/2" with my cap on .
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