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Old 07-14-2009, 11:04 AM   #1
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setting for bilstein 5100's

i'm getting my bilstein 5100's this weekend from downsouth motorsports but i don't know what i should have them set at. I have an 04 taco so i assume it's diff than the newer ones. I'm just looking for the front to be as level as possible....and i didn't get the rear 5100's just the front adjustable ones and i don't have the tsb or anything done to the rear
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Old 07-14-2009, 04:54 PM   #3
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well i figured it may sag a little after it's done and there's about a 2 inch diff so i didn't know if it would be better to set it at 2.5" and it would even out or not. Wanted someone's opinion that had done it before....
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2.5" is max so that would be to much to level out with the stock leafs.
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