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Old 12-03-2013, 09:14 PM   #1
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Bilstein's @ 1.75 and stock rear

I just got my front bilsteins today and have been researching for the past couple of day but no success. All I see is 1.75 in the front with either TSB's or AAL's. I haven't come across my set up yet

I have a Double Cab Long Bed

If I set the front at 1.75 and leave the rear stock will I be sitting nose high or level?

Also will 285/70R17's fit with some trimming?
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Bump and *feeling stupid* question... I keep seeing this "TSB in the rear" reference, is this something other than a "Toyota Service Bulletin"?
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I have the front set at 1.75 with stock rear. It has a nice rake. Front is about an inch lower. I'll get a picture tomorrow
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I have the front set at 1.75 with stock rear. It has a nice rake. Front is about an inch lower. I'll get a picture tomorrow
You dclb? Does make a slight difference in stance. My dclb had a level ride at .85...but what do I know.
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Might be slightly nose up.
I had my @ .85 with stock rear and was level.
Were you able to run larger tires at the .85 height ?
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Bump and *feeling stupid* question... I keep seeing this "TSB in the rear" reference, is this something other than a "Toyota Service Bulletin"?
It is the Technical Service Bulletin for changing a stock 3 leaf set [2+OL] of rear springs to a 4 leaf set [3+ OL]
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It is the Technical Service Bulletin for changing a stock 3 leaf set [2+OL] of rear springs to a 4 leaf set [3+ OL]
Thank you! I was really feelin like I was missin somethin but good to know I wasn't!
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You dclb? Does make a slight difference in stance. My dclb had a level ride at .85...but what do I know.
It's an access cab
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