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Old 08-10-2012, 09:13 PM   #1
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6 inch fabtech rear

I was wondering if anyone can give me some information regarding what I can do to me my 6 inch fabtech lift a little more smooth. The front is fine. Mainly concerned about the rear. Im assuming the blocks are whats making the ride so harsh. Any info is greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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Get a pack of deaver springs n ditch the blocks. Night and day difference.
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Yep custom leaf springs. And for the front if you want even better ride...coilovers for lifted applications like Icon or King.
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how much do the springs for the rear go for? blocks drive me crazy. feel every little bump in the road
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id say anywhere from 400-600 dollars for a good set. my deavers cost me around 550 (including cost of shipping to HI) I think i saw a special or something for springs in the vendor section.. not sure tho
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didn't even realize you were from hawaii. haha! who installed them?
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Custom Alcan's would be my #1 wish

if not get AP expo springs lke me for a lot less (only 4" of lift tho)
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Ask this guy:
http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/2nd...ml#post3126287
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OahuKrawlers brought them in & installed them... however now they out of business lol....
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appears a new set of leafs in the back in the only route to go? don't really wanna spend that much money on it. any other options?
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appears a new set of leafs in the back in the only route to go? don't really wanna spend that much money on it. any other options?
Nope.
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