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Old 03-30-2012, 09:34 AM   #1
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Rear 1.5" AAL Installed

I installed some Toytec 1.5" AAl's at the beginning of this week. I'm giving them a little time to see if they settle any before putting my 5100's on. I'm gonna try to level it as much as possible. Initial amount of lift after installing ended up being around 2''.


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nice, did you install them with TSB or no TSB
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nice, did you install them with TSB or no TSB
No TSB.
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Old 04-16-2012, 05:05 PM   #5
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You cant go wrong with the $179. Wheelers 3 pk aal. FYI. Made my pk smile again and its smooth with the Icon's. I left my overload leaf in as i had the tsb pk and ended up with 2"+. It will settle a little in time. Had a 600 lb load in it yesterday and it barely sagged. Much better. If it last a couple yrs. I'll be happy. Then it will be time for a full pk replacement. The ass ends oem suck on these trucks.
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You cant go wrong with the $179. Wheelers 3 pk aal. FYI. Made my pk smile again and its smooth with the Icon's. I left my overload leaf in as i had the tsb pk and ended up with 2"+. It will settle a little in time. Had a 600 lb load in it yesterday and it barely sagged. Much better. If it last a couple yrs. I'll be happy. Then it will be time for a full pk replacement. The ass ends oem suck on these trucks.
I did the same thing with OME shocks all around and OME 886 coils up front. Love it!
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did it settle at all cause i am looking for 2 inches on my tacoma
I just measured the rear. One side seems to have settled while the other seems to have stayed the same. Rear passenger measures 38" and rear driver 39". (Ground to wheel well center)

I also installed the bilstein 5100's on the front 2 weeks ago set at 2.5". I still have about an 1" of rake.

Just some additional info; my truck only has about 25k miles, so I didn't replace any springs just added the 1.5" AAL. No TSB in the rear. Front coil is factory.

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