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Old 01-22-2013, 07:47 PM   #1
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Question regarding an AAL

I'm wanting to put 5100's all around with the front Billies set @ .85 with Eibach Coils. This should give me 2.5". I only have 3 leafs in the rear. If I add a fourth leaf (Toytech TSB 1.5") will it level my truck? Will it sag and make my truck "bro lift"? Thanks for any help
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Should be about level or slightly higher in the rear, you could go with 2" AAL if you are worried about the nose being to high
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are the Toytech TSB 1.5" AAL known to sag?
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Should be about level or slightly higher in the rear, you could go with 2" AAL if you are worried about the nose being to high
^^^This. I went up 2.75" in front and put a 1.5" Wheelers 3 leaf prog AAL on a non-TSB rear and I've got .25-.5" of rake. I left the overload in.
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are the Toytech TSB 1.5" AAL known to sag?
How do your stock leaf springs look? Because they will sag over time probably, mine stock springs sagged very fast from carrying heavy loads. So i went with dakars over AAL
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are the Toytech TSB 1.5" AAL known to sag?
Mine did. I had to add a 1" block to keep the truck from being higher in the front with 885's on 5100's in the front (2.5ish inch lift)

Edit: And i never had anything more than a small portable toolbox and mountain bike in the bed.
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I may just step up to the 2" AAL and let it just settle for a little rake.
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