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Discussion in 'Suspension' started by kylemob, May 25, 2008.

  1. May 25, 2008 at 6:39 PM

    kylemob [OP] The Jacobite

    Apr 29, 2008
    Willamette Valley, Oregon
    2008 Tacoma 4x4
    Workin on it...
    "You can do bilstien 5100s on all 4 corners (2.5" lift): $269 free shipping
    1.5" block or AAL: $50-$150
    Stock springs: FREE!!!!

    This would be a nice setup on the cheap with a better ride than a spacer. And if one day you decide you want to screw the lift you just rip out the block and set the shocks to 0 and youll be ridin like a caddy . And if stock springs arent cutting it you can throw some ome's on the bilstiens and make yourself a poor mans coilover that will do surprisingly well offroad. With all the money you saved you can event afford a Tom Woods DS that will fix all the vibes!!!!!!!!!"


    I Read the above on TN. Is this a smart move? I've done some research on Bilsteins and heard good things about them. If I do 5100s on all 4corners and then 1.5" AAL in the rear, is the front and back going to sit level? Will I need to get the Tom Woods DS after doing this or is that a "maybe"? Is it smarter on the pocket book to just spend $200 on a 3" lift? Thanks for the advice. I made a poll on Tuff Country vs. Procomp and it seems like I should go with neither. Thanks for the info.
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