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Old 11-18-2012, 02:10 PM   #161
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Truth.

I'm at 22.5" with stock coils on Billies @ 1.75. What are the Part #'s on your 5100's?
or , the billies are set at one setting higher than the OP thinks in each case
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Old 11-18-2012, 02:11 PM   #162
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or , the billies are set at one setting higher than the OP thinks in each case
Very possible.
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Old 11-18-2012, 02:20 PM   #163
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i know for a fact they are on the 0 setting. lowest possibly. i have checked this too many times to count because everyone keeps saying that. shocks are part number# 24-186711
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i know for a fact they are on the 0 setting. lowest possibly. i have checked this too many times to count because everyone keeps saying that. shocks are part number# 24-186711
You got me then. Do you have a top plate spacer installed?
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Old 11-18-2012, 02:31 PM   #165
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You got me then. Do you have a top plate spacer installed?
Just a 1/4 on driver side
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I really am taking a stab in the dark but are you a v6 or 4 cylnder??? Could be a huge difference.
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Old 11-18-2012, 11:06 PM   #167
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I really am taking a stab in the dark but are you a v6 or 4 cylnder??? Could be a huge difference.
V6
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V6
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I just ordered this setup for my 05' TRD off-road v-6 double cab. Should I have gone with 885's instead of 884's (no heavy bumper or added weight). I'm doing a 2 inch Toytec AAL in the rear with 5100's all around. I have a 3 inch Revtek spacer/block lift now. I would like my truck to sit a little higher with the new lift. What do I have to set my front at to sit level with the back. Was glad to find this thread b/c everyone sounds very knowledgable about this topic. Thanks everyone.
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Old 01-25-2013, 01:29 PM   #171
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Did thus guy ever figure this out?
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OP when you put your 5100's on at the 1.75 setting with stock coils did you still have the problem of not being able to tighten the top screw down because the shaft seemed to long? My truck is in the shop right now and they have assembled mine more than once but the bolt on the top of the shaft can't be tightened. I'm currently in a holding mood cause I don't and they don't really know what to do. From factory there is a washer, then the top plate, then rubber boot, then washer, then screw. Should I need to add anything or am I missing something? They said those were the parts that came off and what went back on. The top sleeve is also on the shock. This is the thread I started if anyone can help me....
http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/sus...ml#post6388396
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im looking at doing the 885x on 5100s and this thread scares me. it appears this is a one in a million issue but was it ever resolved?
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