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Old 08-18-2009, 05:28 PM   #1
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3" lift with heaver springs? no AAL

3" lift with heaver springs? no AAL
is there something....been reading the shit out of all the old threads haven't really found a answer...anyone with pictures? if you have done something different...

cut wood for heat and always have a load...
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Old 08-18-2009, 05:33 PM   #3
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2006...3" spacers in front and AAL in back with the 3pk leaf
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Old 08-18-2009, 05:37 PM   #5
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not really...Oak is heavy...and when loaded down folds the springs back alittle where the end of the AAL's are on the stock springs...if that makes sense
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Old 08-18-2009, 05:45 PM   #7
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well i do alot of offroad too...so i'm tore a little on what to do...
what is the rating on those springs? good as stock?
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well i do alot of offroad too...so i'm tore a little on what to do...
what is the rating on those springs? good as stock?
Hmm im not too sure. But they are not for carrying loads. Of course you can but they would sag a lot. Let some others chime in.
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Old 08-18-2009, 07:11 PM   #9
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From what I understand, the dakar leaf pack is supposed to be really good for sag issues. They'll give you 2.75'' of lift, which may or may not be for you. Not too many people on here have them, but I'm sure the ones that do will see this thread.
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Old 08-19-2009, 09:34 PM   #10
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We(I work at skyjacker) make some rear leaf springs fort your app. TCR25S is the individual spring part #, the come in our 3" kit.

I'm fixin to lift my tacoma using a pair of the springs myself
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We(I work at skyjacker) make some rear leaf springs fort your app. TCR25S is the individual spring part #, the come in our 3" kit.

I'm fixin to lift my tacoma using a pair of the springs myself

that says it's for a 1996 tacoma...i have a 2006
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found the answer...Skyjacker does make a spring pack for a 3" lift...

now does a superspring work as well?
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Old 08-20-2009, 07:16 PM   #14
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Dakar 10 leaf pack. End of Story. Greater payload. 2.75 inches of lift. and won't start squeaking like alot of leaf packs do.
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Dakar 10 leaf pack. End of Story. Greater payload. 2.75 inches of lift. and won't start squeaking like alot of leaf packs do.

where did you find these? cost? stiff ride? under axle?
the lift in front of my truck is 3"...so if i add these it will be 3/4" higher in back?

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Deaver 3 leaf add pack. $289.00 http://www.demello-offroad.com/catal...products_id=74

"These Rear deaver 3 leaf add packs are designed to add to your current Tacoma factory leaf springs. You can either leaf your overload leaf in and still retain load carrying capacity or remove it and have a great Deaver ride."
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well i'm not sure what to go with yet....
either: Skyjacker...gives me a level ride 10% more payload
EMU Dakar...7 pk...more payload...but what ride height? have to call on these...not sure if they are over or under axle?(called them)

i don't want to and to my ones i have now...don't trust them

i'm thinking Skyjacker with supersprings if possible...

like i said before...i'm always hauling something...and mostly wood

thanks for the Help
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well i'm not sure what to go with yet....
either: Skyjacker...gives me a level ride 10% more payload
EMU Dakar...7 pk...more payload...but what ride height? have to call on these...not sure if they are over or under axle?(called them)

i don't want to and to my ones i have now...don't trust them

i'm thinking Skyjacker with supersprings if possible...

like i said before...i'm always hauling something...and mostly wood

thanks for the Help
First of all with 3 inches up front and 3 inches in the rear you will have a terrible rake. I have 5" up front and 3" in the rear to get my truck level. But whatever height you go with in the rear, contact Deaver suspension. They will build you a custom leaf pack to whatever specs you want. You can tell them how much lift, how much towing and hauling.
http://www.deaverspring.com/
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put some air bags in the rear they work great
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