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Old 03-28-2013, 05:36 PM   #1
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Early IFS front end

I am restoring a 94 4x4 pickup with 31 inch tires. The rear springs have no blocks or extra leafs. I see the truck has a slight rake. I really dont know if its had the tortion arms turned or not but I dont think so. I was under it today getting ready to play with the suspension and I noticed the front bump stop is only 1 inch from the LCA. Is this normal or is the front end sagging down? It sure doesnt seem right to be that close
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Well I guess no one here knows shit about anything except tacomas.
Haha, no theres a few of the old torsion bar type IFS here, in any event, 1" doesn't sound acceptable to me, get ahold of member mike89 I'm sure he had this issue but I don't remember what he did to correct tho'...


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