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Old 08-07-2012, 04:54 PM   #1
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What to do with 1/2" rear drivers Taco lean?

Im running 5100's with tsb in the rear and set at 1.75. I have good measurements all around except the rear drivers is 1/2" lower.
I ordered the toytech 1.5 AAL and the Eibach coils, so Im wondering what else I should be getting to fix this lean? I know people say the 1/4" spacer in the front but would that help the rear?
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Old 08-07-2012, 04:55 PM   #2
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Don't measure unless your gas tank is empty / problem solved
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Don't measure unless your gas tank is empty / problem solved
Or a chevy fat chick in the passenger seat
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Or a chevy fat chick in the passenger seat
Isn't that why you lift in the first place? So they can't get in?
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I put in a 1/4" spacer on front drivers side it pretty much took care of it
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Old 08-08-2012, 08:25 AM   #7
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I was going to suggest the empty tank but someone beat me to it

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I put in a 1/4" spacer on front drivers side it pretty much took care of it
so lifting the front actualy lifted the rear?

can you also divide by zero?
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so lifting the front actualy lifted the rear?

can you also divide by zero?
Ya I'm a little confused
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It's an unfortunate fact of Tacoma. Battery, driver, gas tank are all on the driver's side.
If you don't want taco lean, you have to offset it. Move the battery to the bed on the passenger side, fuel cell center mounted in the bed and presto....no taco lean. Otherwise, it's just one of those things you deal with. Keep in mind that despite the lean-to swagger, the fucking truck will always get you home.
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Ya I'm not too worried, I just wasn't sure what else I should buy for the setup. I'm sure when I slap on the 1.5 AAL it will be better with the stiffer springs
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60% of the truck's weight is over the front wheels, so yes, lifting front left usually solves the Taco lean.
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60% of the truck's weight is over the front wheels, so yes, lifting front left usually solves the Taco lean.

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Im running 5100's with tsb in the rear and set at 1.75. I have good measurements all around except the rear drivers is 1/2" lower.

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Old 08-08-2012, 01:55 PM   #14
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Did not misread. Lifting front left will also give a small amount of lift to rear left. In fact, with the front swaybar in place, you can "over-lift" the front left and not have it visible in the front.
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