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Old 02-04-2010, 09:54 PM   #1
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Installed 5100s with 1.5 Fabtech AAL in rear and now...

the rear sits higher than the front. I had the Toytec lift (Bilstein adjustable shocks) set to the highest setting. The front looked higher, so I installed AAL in the rear and now it looks jacked up in the rear. I wonder if the rear will settle at all? Should I change the front coils?
Any ideas to level the truck out. Looks kind of goofy. By the way, it's a 2003 Xtra Cab TRD 4x4.
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It will settle some. and lets see some pics
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It will settle some. and lets see some pics
Thanks. I will post some pics tomorrow. I think the 1.5 rear AAL proved to be too much lift. I wanted smaller, but I had a hard time locating a smaller AAL.
Looks like I need to be hauling a camper in the back now...
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