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Old 05-28-2013, 05:57 PM   #1
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All Pro Expo Leaf Springs + Which Shocks?

If I put the Icon shocks (the 2.0 standard rear shocks for Tacomas) with the Expo leafs...am I limiting the leafs?

I thought about putting the BAMF relocation kit with longer shocks?

Suggestions please.
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Old 05-29-2013, 01:41 PM   #2
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Actually scratch that I'm not going with the relocation. Just stock mounting points.
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on my previous setup, i used the icon 2.5 smooth body with dakar leaf pack w/ overload. came out cherry.
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No mods to make the 2.5 fit?
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no it was a bolt on affair. it was smooth body, so i didnt have to drill to mount the reservoir bracket.
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I was told that these would not work on the all pro expo can some one tell me what size shocks I would need to work with the all pro expos. All pro claims that they'll give you 4" lift with a empty bed is that true too?

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Bump nobody has the answer to this question?
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Bump nobody has the answer to this question?
It will/ should state the lift height capabilities of the shocks in their description on the website
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DSM Does have the description and the compression and extended length but I need to know what size shock will fit with the leaf pack I read somewhere that I need a 27" shock I don't want to just go by what a read a while back maybe some one else to second that statement.
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The Expedition Leaf springs unloaded sit right about 4" of lift. The Shocks that are normally run with our expo leafs are 9 1/4"-9 5/8"s of travel.
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