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Old 02-23-2009, 12:29 PM   #1
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I just installed some sway away adjustable coilovers(2.0) in the front and an add a leaf for the rear with some matching(silver and Red) rear nitrogen shocks. I love the look but man is it a stiff ride If I were to switch out the rear add a leaf with a block, would that help the overall ride? And if so, what size block would I go with? Thanks for the info...

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I just installed some sway away adjustable coilovers(2.0) in the front and an add a leaf for the rear with some matching(silver and Red) rear nitrogen shocks. I love the look but man is it a stiff ride If I were to switch out the rear add a leaf with a block, would that help the overall ride? And if so, what size block would I go with? Thanks for the info...

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what kind of aal did you get?
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Not sure, it was just a smaller curved leaf that I put at the bottom of the leaf pack?

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Not sure, it was just a smaller curved leaf that I put at the bottom of the leaf pack?

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any idea what brand it is?

BTW blocks wont give you a better ride...im not sure what the issue is for you because my SAWs and AAL combo ride smooth
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Not sure what brand the aal is but it came with the kit that I bought from a local guy who went with a fabtech after having this one for a year. When I was talking about the blocks, I was thinking that if I removed the aal and put blocks in then it would retain the original ride in the rear but still have the lift. Thats my thoughts? but maybe I'm wrong????

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if its a shorter aal try switching it out with a longer one from toytec
X2 or if you don't haul much, go with a shackle
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