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Aal install question

Discussion in 'Suspension' started by drtydru, Jan 27, 2013.

  1. drtydru

    drtydru [OP] Well-Known Member

    May 11, 2011
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    08 4x4
    Bucket seats, Variable speed wiper switch, 09 led Tail Lights, Satoshied front grill, DDM HIDs, Fog light install, Mud flaps removed, 1.5'AAL, Billie 1552, Toyotec front coilovers w/Billies, B.A.M.F welded sliders w/kickout,
    Hello all,

    I just installed my aal that had been sitting in the closet for 8 months...aaanyway, I happened to install one of the leafs backwards. I fixed it, but before I did I measured the difference on both sides and there was about a 4 inch difference. My shock was almost at full extension. I was wondering how bad it would have been if I had left it. Besides the obvious that one side was way higher than the other.

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