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Old 07-22-2009, 08:28 PM   #1
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Stock Setup - Front 1" lower than Rear?

Just from reading different posts on here, am I right in my thinking that when a Taco arrives from the factory, the front end is about 1" lower than the rear? And if I'm going to lift the front 2.5", I should only lift the rear 1.5"-2"? Thanks.
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Unless they changed something in 09...they're pretty damn level to me.

Here's my 07 only 1 week old.
Personally, I think the rear looks higher than the front. I dont have the numbers on me from my pre-level measurements, but I think the OP is right in saying that the difference is around 1", maybe 1 1/4".
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i think I lost some front end height after the TSB/ gained rear. I dont like how it sits now.
Yeah, most definately. With the TSB, the rear does sit taller. I like mine that way.
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Just from reading different posts on here, am I right in my thinking that when a Taco arrives from the factory, the front end is about 1" lower than the rear? And if I'm going to lift the front 2.5", I should only lift the rear 1.5"-2"? Thanks.
With 2.25" - 2.5" lift in the front and a 1.5" leaf pack in the back, would the truck sit about level? I'm trying to decide if I need more lift in the back
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