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Old 02-21-2013, 08:11 PM   #1
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Eibach Coils and 5100's

So im looking to simply lift the front of my 2012 DCSB around 1.5-1.75". My truck does not have the rear TSB and for various reasons I will not be getting the TSB AAL put on.

At first I was planning on setting the bilstein 5100's to 1.75" with stock coils but then I saw on Toytech if I used the 5100's to 0 and used Eibach Coils then it would only lift the truck 1.6". My question is... I want my truck to look level- ish, Would the eibach coils actually lift my truck a slight bit less, and which option would make it MORE level. Hope this makes since.
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Eibachs will lift 1.5". Thats what I got on my SB before. If you want to run it on the cheaper side and softer springs, just set the the 5100s and oem springs on the 1.75" and call it a day.
The eibachs will get rid a lot of nose dive during hard braking though, but itll be a tad stiffer than stock.
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Eibachs will lift 1.5". Thats what I got on my SB before. If you want to run it on the cheaper side and softer springs, just set the the 5100s and oem springs on the 1.75" and call it a day.
The eibachs will get rid a lot of nose dive during hard braking though, but itll be a tad stiffer than stock.
Awesome thanks! So do you think the truck will look good with eibach coils and 5100's all round? The back will stock stock, no tsb or anything! Thanks for the help!
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