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Old 03-11-2012, 08:16 PM   #1
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Plate bumper sag.....pics, need suggestions



Hey guys. Got a new all pro plate bumper, now I seem to have some sag in the front. I am running 5100 @ .85 with Eibach springs and 1/4 inch spacer on driver side. I am thinking I may need to figure something out before I instal a winch too. Should I just throw a 1/2 inch spacer in the drivers side and use the 1/4 inch on the passenger side, OR go with 855's or the Toy-Tec conversion coil overs for the 5100's?
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Old 03-11-2012, 08:38 PM   #3
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Why not just bump a notch or 2 on the 5100's?
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I am so glad I went with the adjustable coil overs. I had to raise up my suspension twice my plate bumper and winch install. It had settled about a quarter inch. Toytecs seems to holding up just fine, rides the same after the additional 180 plus pounds of weight.
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