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Old 11-18-2012, 04:27 PM   #1
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OME/Bilstein Taco Lean

Hey that kinda rhymed.

Anyway, I know just about everyones truck is subject to taco lean, 1st gens especially I'm not sure how much taco lean is prevalent in 2nd gens, at one time or another. I have been running the OME 881/Bilstein 5100 setup for about six months now and so far have not experienced leaning at all. I am curious to know about everyone else's experience with this type of setup, 2nd gens included, and see if due to the higher spring seat on the Billies, if the higher spring pressure prevents taco lean or if I'm just one of the lucky ones who hasn't had to install the trim packers....yet.
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Before I installed my lift i had about 1/2" of lean. I had to crank a little over a 1/4" more on my driver side coil over to level it out.
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Taco lean solution? Adjustable coilovers for me. LOL
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Old 11-20-2012, 02:52 AM   #4
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Taco lean solution? Adjustable coilovers for me. LOL
Lol yeah I bet having Kings you don't worry much about leaning
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