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Old 03-21-2009, 08:41 AM   #1
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2" suspension lift

I am wanting to lift my 02 Tacoma 2" the front and back are almost dead even for clearance (measured frame to floor). Is there a better adjustable coil over shock than the Blisteins? The leave spring lift for the rear, from everything I have read says they are not for hauling a heavy load, what about pulling a 3,000 lb camper trailer? would I be better of with a 2" block for the rear?
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m.o. the leaf is the only way to go for hauling.and the blocks will give u more axle wrap when u get on it.besides them cracking isnt good either.stay with the leafs and youll be fine.good luck.and welcome to TW.
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AALs + Timbrens should cover lift, haul & tow concerns.
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Thanks for the input guys
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