|03-21-2012, 04:17 PM||#1|
BURY ME WITH MY TACO!!
2012 offroad 4x4 2012 Double Cab Automatic v6 4.0
king 2.5 (700lbs) springs with resi's,total chaos ucas, dakar leaf pack with OME nitro shocks, k&n cai, LED cab light, raceline 16 inch wheels , toyo m/t 33",painted front yota emblem gloss white, retrofit headlights with mirrimoto 3 " lenses running the 6k headlights. Bhlm, bestopper, wet okole seat covers (mossy oak break up), weather tech mats, warn m8000s winch with piaa fogs. All pro apex front bumper.
Installing ym aal....
im installing my aal and was wondering what to look out for.. also can i even do this without having to change anything (my bilstein shocks ) i currently have the stock trd offroad bilsteins will that be ok?
|03-21-2012, 07:53 PM||#3|
You should be ok, but will want to switch them out if you plan on taking it of road!
You can usually find some used 5100s on here for cheap! In a couple months I'll be selling my 5125's when/if I upgrade the rear!
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