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Old 05-14-2009, 05:15 PM   #1
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Question Too much lift with these?

So I was looking at my leafs the other day and realized they were sagging pretty bad. I thought about an AAL, but I really dont see it fixing the problem. I don't have the TSB either. I did see these though. http://www.mrtoyotaparts.com/PD-CS047R.aspx?MakeID=1
It says 2.75" of lift. Doesn't that seem like alot? I plan on putting my 5100s on here soon at 1.75". But wont the back still be way higher?
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Old 05-14-2009, 05:23 PM   #2
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2.75" does seem like alot of lift. but that a great price.
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Old 05-14-2009, 05:36 PM   #3
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2.75" does seem like alot of lift. but that a great price.
i know. thats why its so hard to turn down. anyone else have any input?
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I'd say buy them and hang on to them, you might want that much lift at a later date... or you could sell them to a buddy with a slight mark up?
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I'd say buy them and hang on to them, you might want that much lift at a later date... or you could sell them to a buddy with a slight mark up?
true, but that still doesnt solve my problem now
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isnt there a leveling kit that works in tandem with the 5100'S seems like an inch up front wouldnt be to hard to gain?
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i measured both the front and rear and there's about 1.75" difference. so i really don't need the lift. i would have to fix the front then, cause the rake on that would be scary
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