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Old 12-18-2011, 10:24 AM   #1
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What about this setup??

I have been persuaded away from spacers. I think I am going with

5100s all the way
eibach coils up front with 5100s at .85???
Firm AAL in rear

wanna run 285 on stock wheel, will I need a spacer? thanks.
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Old 12-18-2011, 11:52 AM   #2
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yes you will and new uca's to get a correct alingment
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yes you will and new uca's to get a correct alingment
up to wether u do this or not.... i suggest aligning it, then driving and see if u mind the wandering at all before u buy uca's
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up to wether u do this or not.... i suggest aligning it, then driving and see if u mind the wandering at all before u buy uca's
I agree with trying it stock first. I lifted mine 3" front & back and it still drives fine with stock UCAs with no wandering at all.
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whoa there......... 3" avg on eibachs with billies at zero setting, u rlly wanna push em more?
Ya he's gonna be maxed with the coils alone. He can't set the shock at .85 without problems.
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sorry got mixed up. been looking at all options and thought that was what the billys had to be set at with eibachs for 3''. So its 0 my bad.


Title says What about this setup??
5100S AT .85???

I am trying to find out if what I am thinking is correct. Guess not.
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Old 12-22-2011, 04:39 PM   #7
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Have you considered spindle lift? Actually cost just a little more than the set up you have in mind. I would just save a littler longer and eventually save in thr long run. You can use your stock front suspension. Just get aal. Wheel spacers if you don't plan on new rims.
Pro . Higher lift, factory ride, looks cool. Imho best lift for a pre runner.
Cons. Slightly expensive at first. Front end sticks out a little more than the back but to each hiss own.i love how aggressive it looks. I get compliments. so it might not be a con. Lol

Man I like the stance and clearance on your truck.
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Have you considered spindle lift? Actually cost just a little more than the set up you have in mind. I would just save a littler longer and eventually save in thr long run. You can use your stock front suspension. Just get aal. Wheel spacers if you don't plan on new rims.
Pro . Higher lift, factory ride, looks cool. Imho best lift for a pre runner.
Cons. Slightly expensive at first. Front end sticks out a little more than the back but to each hiss own.i love how aggressive it looks. I get compliments. so it might not be a con. Lol

I totally agree........I just picked up a new prerunner today. Going with the same lift you did........your truck looks great and cant beat the factory ride.
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sorry got mixed up. been looking at all options and thought that was what the billys had to be set at with eibachs for 3''. So its 0 my bad.
You will like the Eibachs with no preload. Very nice setup.
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can u run spindle lift without upgrading the shocks?
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Old 12-22-2011, 09:39 PM   #11
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OP, by your screen name it appears you have a 1st gen. The 1st gen billies don't come with a .85 setting and even if they did you wouldn't want to put them anywhere except for 0"
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