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Old 06-17-2010, 12:59 PM   #1
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Best way to lift the back

I'm putting on 5100s all around with the front set at 2.5". Should I get the rear leaf TSB done and the toytec 1.5" AAL or just save myself the trip to the dealership and get the 2"AAL? Anyone know how the truck will level? I wouldn't mind a slight rake but I don't want the front higher than the back.
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Old 06-17-2010, 01:01 PM   #2
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1.5" AAL is your best bet, but the 2" will also work.
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With the rear leaf TSB?
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With the rear leaf TSB?
That would work, or get one from wheelers. Either way will get you the same results.
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There is only a 1.5 aal for the tsb. The 2" is for the non-tsb... Most people go with the 1.5 non-tsb for a level look with billy's set at 2.5.

It depends what you have in your truck as well. I have a DC LB with billy's set at 1.75. I have a camper on, so the 1.5 aal gave me a VERY slight rake. I have more rake with my 2" aal, that if I went up to 2.5,I would sit pretty close to level if not still a tiny bit rake.
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