Originally Posted by STLTaco09
So I've searched, and I've read threads that say the 5100s lifted to .85, 1.75, or 2.5 will negate the need for the top plate spacer to fix the taco lean. Then I've also read threads that say lifts above 3 inches will correct the taco lean.
So whats the verdict? If I lift to 1.75" or so, will that correct the taco lean? Or should I still opt for the spacer for the driver side?
I literally just had this scenario over the weekend, I went to a 4WP
shop and had 5100s and an add a leaf put in. I bought the spacer from ToyTec
and took it in to be installed with the billys even though I measured out the passenger side to be the same as the driver side before I made the purchase. I figured with adjustable shocks the lean would eventually happen(truck had 40000 on it and no lean yet) so I wanted it put in as a 'preventative'
4WP would not install the spacer since both sides were spec, so maybe I have avoided the Taco Lean altogether
I also somehow avoided any shudder at low MPH without shims or a carrier drop using the Toytec 2" AAL (non TSB) -whatever that means, whacky how much that varies truck to truck
( I went 1.85 on the front billys)