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Old 11-22-2009, 09:57 PM   #1
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Good set of rear springs

I need help with all you guys and gals out there..I am looking for a good set of rear springs for my 09 taco. would like to get 3" of lift and a little more weight carrying capacity than stock. now i know most people like their truck to be level but i like the rear to be higher than the front, so when it,s loaded it sits level... any help would be great. thanks
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Old 11-22-2009, 10:34 PM   #2
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Look up the dakar springs from ome, should work great for u
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dakar or allpro, both good
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Custom Deaver 10 leafs
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For your needs, I would go custom personally.
You want more than the Dakar pack lifts really, plus the additional weight capacity.

When you order a custom pack you get to pick exactly those two numbers.
I ordered a custom pack from Alcans springs, which is who cuts our AAL for us, which is actually my second leaf pack from them. Extremely happy!
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allpro's are better. i have a deaver 10 pack and it is on it way out.
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I currently have the All-pro 3" but the load capacity sucks. The OP wanted more load capacity than stock so a custom set of Deaver/Alcan might be a better choice.
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I currently have the All-pro 3" but the load capacity sucks. The OP wanted more load capacity than stock so a custom set of Deaver/Alcan might be a better choice.
alcan's maybe, deavers suck for load capacity to in my opinion, put some adjustible fox's on it and it will be like riding on bricks
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allpro's are better. i have a deaver 10 pack and it is on it way out.
What don't you like about yours?

I had mine rebuilt since I bought them after someone had them for a year. The minute I installed them the bushing started squeeking. I"m pretty sure it's the bushing but maybe it's the leafs.
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Baja....let me know when you are selling your Deavers I have a friend thats local that has been looking for a used set.
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I have contacted alcan for a price on a custom set. I don,t mind the rough ride,but i hate it when i drive my grizzly in the back and it drops down 4 inches. when i make a decision on the leafs i,ll let you all know what i end up with...Its always good to ask before you buy especially when most of you have all ready done the mods..Thanks guys
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Ive heard the OMEs provide better load cap with added height
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still going to need shocks after i decide on springs
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looking at the timbren system also.....The problem is i,m looking at way too much stuff right now
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Baja....let me know when you are selling your Deavers I have a friend thats local that has been looking for a used set.

already sold and they won't come off the truck for a month along with everything else in the back
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already sold and they won't come off the truck for a month along with everything else in the back
Oh ok, what problems do you have with yours? Do yours squeak like crazy too?
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not anymore, go to lowes and buy some lube, it is a white can with a globe on it, green cap. just seperate the leafs and spray. i use that stuff for the uniballs and everything else. no problems with the deavers, did not care for the ride but maybe i am picky.
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