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Old 09-04-2009, 12:32 PM   #1
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Next summer i'm going to step up to the 5100 coilovers and set them at 3.5" in the front. I have the rear tsb and its already settled back down. So i'll plan on getting the toytec tsb aal. i think i might also need a small block to lift the rear a little more to get it level. Is this ok to do? i plan on running billy 5125 shocks.
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Should be ok, but I wouldn't recommend running a block due to axle wrap. Better to do a 1" shackle lift.

If you can, get a new leaf pack.

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X2 on the "no block"
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Old 09-04-2009, 12:54 PM   #4
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Should be ok, but I wouldn't recommend running a block due to axle wrap. Better to do a 1" shackle lift.
Cant use a lift shackle on the second gens unless you do a shackle flip first....
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Cant use a lift shackle on the second gens unless you do a shackle flip first....

Oh yea, assuming the above! Thanks for adding that in Chris! Lol

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Old 09-04-2009, 12:56 PM   #6
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Oh yea, assuming the above! Thanks for adding that in Chris! Lol

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Yeah I dont want to run blocks either but we'll see how it sits with just the aal and the 3.5" lift. Any recommended dealers as far as leaf packs go?
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Yeah I dont want to run blocks either but we'll see how it sits with just the aal and the 3.5" lift. Any recommended dealers as far as leaf packs go?
Check out what Wheelers has. They carry a good assortment of spring packs/lift springs.
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Check out what Wheelers has. They carry a good assortment of spring packs/lift springs.
I'll check into them. Thanks for the help everyone
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