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Old 04-03-2012, 06:56 PM   #1
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Eibach/5100 set @ 0, actual lift on DC 4x4.

For those of you who have Eibach coils with Bilstein 5100's set at 0 what is the actual measured lift you gained? They are advertised at 1.6", but that seems to depend on cab configuration, 4x4/2wd etc. Some access cabs get closer to 2" while others get less than 1.6" even as low as 1" of lift. I'm looking for this particular scenario.

I'm looking for the actual measured lift gained for those of you with 4x4 Double Cabs only. Feel free to post pics.
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Old 04-25-2012, 04:15 PM   #2
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http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/2nd...ry-thread.html

Getting measurements is not that easy as most forget to take them before hand. As you stated generally people see 1.6-2 inches. Not a huge difference here.

You also have the variable if they run a lean spacer or not since there is soo much extra weight on drivers side. Gas, battery, driver
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Thanks, I already browsed through that thread.

That is why I was hoping to get people with that particular setup to post in here to have all this info in once place. Sometimes it is quite difficult to filter through so many posts with so many scenarios.
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with my DCSB I measured 1.6, pretty much on the nose
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Reviving this guy's thread because I would like to get a bigger data pool on this. Anyone else have a DC 4x4 with eibachs?
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