So heres my dilemma-
I got OME 884x springs installed and 1.5" aal lift with TSB on my 2012 tacoma access cab 4x4.
The ome 884X gave me approx 2" -2.25" of lift in the front.I believe I got about 1.75" in the rear with the aal- but I also have a camper, so that brings it down about 0.25".
My CV angle is great right now, I dont need UCAs, and my alignment came within spec. Problem is I dont like the rake I got- front sits too low for my liking. I know if I go up about 0.5" to 0.75" more in the front it will level the truck out more, but then my CV's might suffer in the long run. Not worried about UCAs- as I can buy those to correct alignment issues. My options are getting the trim spacer from toytec(the one for the taco lean) and install on both sides- which should yield about 0.5' lift OR getting the larger toytec spacer which should lift about 0.75" lift.
Apparently majority of people think Diff drops dont lower the CVs.
Can anyone with an approx 2.5" or 2.75" lift on the front of their 05+ tacos post some pics of their CV angles....or at least comment on the subject- Thanks