My buddy and I went wheeling today in our 2nd generation tacos and when we got back to starting point to air up we were talking about rear shock possibilities using the OEM mounts. It seems with my J66 Deaver pack that a couple more inches of droop can be achieved with a longer shock. Essentially I'm saying that the shock is the first thing to limit out at full droop. Anybody care to shed some light on the possibility of using a longer shock without installing a shock hoop? Is it possible? Pros and Cons?
Secondly I'd like to start checking the torque on the camber bolts connecting the LCA to the chassis. They seem to move a tad when I do some hard wheeling causing me to go out of alignment. I'm not sure if the alignment shop tightened them up to spec. I'd like to put a torque wrench on them and see. Anybody know what the torque spec on those bolts would be?
Thank You for any replies!