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6" lift *looking to get rid of rear blocks

Discussion in 'Suspension' started by vanislepaul, Apr 16, 2013.

  1. vanislepaul

    vanislepaul [OP] New Member

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    hey guys, i have stock leafs and a 4" block that came as part of my bds 6" lift. the leafs are pretty close to being toast so ill be replacing them asap. Now as title states "looking to get rid of rear blocks". Truck is no stranger to the bush but also is a daily driver. Just looking for a good setup even if i can cut the block down to a 1" or 2" with new leafs. Any suggestions, ideas, someone with a similar setup?
     
  2. ndcmack

    ndcmack Well-Known Member

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    Dakar w/AAL and small block to level out. or custom made.
     
  3. Tuckerhump

    Tuckerhump Gentlemans Sausage

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    93civEJ1 Well-Known Member

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    Maybe you can rig up your own pack from Chevy's like some people were doing.
     
  5. SoCaltaco65

    SoCaltaco65 Well-Known Member

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    Give Doug a shout maybe he can help you he's pretty good with leafs.

    http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/suspension/194386-tacoma-spring-refurbishing.html
     
  6. AaronArf

    AaronArf Well-Known Member

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    I plan on going with custom ALCAN's. They tailor them to your needs, no guessing there!

    www.alcanspring.com
     
  7. vanislepaul

    vanislepaul [OP] New Member

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    just got off the phone with alcan and am now going to fill out the order form, priced out $600 and i see a lot of people on here run them. too bad it will take about 4+ weeks with shipping to get them
     
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