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Aal install price

Discussion in 'Suspension' started by FARNORCAL, Nov 27, 2009.

  1. FARNORCAL

    FARNORCAL [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Anyone know what it would cost to have a 2" Toytec AAL installed? Im overseas so calling around for the prices wont work for me right now.
     
  2. shockittillyareconizeit

    shockittillyareconizeit Well-Known Member

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    Probably more than you would want it to. Do it yourself and get the satisfaction of personal wok. :D It's really easy to do.
     
  3. Brunes

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    If you use the local Auto Hobby shop or have some friends help- 20 bucks or a case of beer respectively. If you go to a shop you are prolly in for 100-200 bones....Couple hours worth of labor to drop the rear, add the leaves, re-attach, and then align. (YES you do need to align the rear end)

    +1 to what shock said- With the right tools I did mine alone up to the alignment and had the pros take care of that....It was pretty easy...even as a one man show
     
  4. FARNORCAL

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    Yeah i was debating wether i wanted to do it myself or not. Appears to be a pretty simple task. I didn't know about the rear alignment though hmm.
     
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    I took my truck to a Firestone for a lifetime alignment. The tech gets paid by the job so he doesn't care if the rear end isn't technically align-able-so he threw the rear end pads on and found it about .5 of a degree out....Got it down to .02 of a degree.

    Huge deal....probably not...but you can make it FAR worse if you aren't careful.
     
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