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Old 09-27-2012, 07:07 PM   #1
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Wheelers Progressive AAL - what else?

Quick questions:
  1. If I install a Wheeler's 1.5" progressive AAL, do I need extended brrake lines?
  2. Can I run them with stock SR5 shocks or do I need billies?
  3. I'm thinking 1.75" billies up front to complement. Thoughts?
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Old 09-29-2012, 12:07 AM   #2
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I just purchased the 1.5 AAL from wheelers and 5100's set the front to 1.75 and it still has some rake but it looks good and is fairly close also noticed the ride isn't much different rear is stiffer though
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got them with my billies to 2.5" and 285s, AND some rake. i love it, went with fox 2.0 piggys in the rear. rides much better than stock.
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[QUOTE=Polymerhead;5754383]Quick questions:

If I install a Wheeler's 1.5" progressive AAL, do I need extended brake lines?
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No
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No on extended brake lines if you don't fully flex your rear suspension and I would get better valved 5100's or 5125's rear shocks cause AAL will stiffen up the rear and you want a valved rear shocks to help them.
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