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Anyone got pictures of ome 2.25 leafs

Discussion in '1st Gen. Tacomas' started by fouillard13, Nov 27, 2012.

  1. fouillard13

    fouillard13 [OP] Well-Known Member

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    I could take a pic or two tomorrow for you?
     
  3. fouillard13

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    sure! what lift do you have in front?
     
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    I got adj billies with stock coils. I need eibachs tho :(, but the rake isn't so bad for me lol
     
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    If you added the eibachs do you thin it was level it?
     
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    just saw your build list. is that the lift. nice skid plate. did you build it?
     
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    Yea it would level out with eibachs for sure, if I hadn't added skids sliders and me it would probably be level :rofl:

    front adjs billies and rear dakars yup, the skid plates are from all phase off road (outta business :( )
     
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    Silver truck - I added the Dakar AAL. Not exactly what you asked for, but useful maybe.

    I also added a 3/8" thick spring relocation plate from Sky Manufacturing. Otherwise I would rub pretty bad on the front of the fender at full stuff. Moved the axle back 3/4".

    http://www.sky-manufacturing.com/new/detaproduct.php?id=80

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    nice what size of tires?
     
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    Eibachs will give the truck bro lean with just the Dakars.
     
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    Assuming you were talking to me:

    285/75/16 on 16x8, 4" BS
     
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    It might be ok with the AAL. I think I got 3"+ with the AAL and the relocation plate. I'm at around 2.5" in the front, there is a noticeable rake when looking from the side.
     
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    I had 3.5" or more out back and had bro lean. Needed 4.5" to get rake back..
     
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    so what should i do to get new leafs? is there anything out there that comes complete and will sit level?
     
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    With eibachs?

    I be the Dakars and the AAL.

    Either way starting with the Dakars isn't a bad idea. Then you could always add either shackles or AAL after
     
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    Ya my thoughts exactly. Hockey puck :)
     
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    No..don't do that haha
     
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    Get the dakars for the back, and adjustable coilovers for the front. Then you can tune your front height to match the back however you want it.
     
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    Lol

    X2 try and not do that if you can, but its your truck :D

    Thats a good plan
     
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    Seriously, when I first lifted my truck I started with the adjustable 5100s with stock springs, didn't like the ride height. Then I switched the springs out for some OME springs, didn't like the ride height. I was about to add a OME 5/8" spacer and the I realized I was going to have three different lifts (lift struts, lift springs, and a spacer). I traded the whole thing out for a used set of coilovers that I had rebuilt. Everything else aside, just being able to adjust the height was worth it for me. When I added the OME AAL, I was able to raise the front up a little to match the raised rear. I couldn't have don't that with out the coilovers.
     
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