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Help me fix my suspension.

Discussion in 'Suspension' started by deadeye, Nov 17, 2011.

  1. Nov 17, 2011 at 9:29 PM
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    deadeye

    deadeye [OP] Member

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    Hello All.

    I just purchased a 99 Regular Cab, 2.7 Ltr, 4x4 Tacoma. Installed by the previous owner are ~ 2" aluminum coil spacers up front, with an AAL in the rear. My intention is to take off all the suspension lift components and install new stock length and ride shocks.

    My initial questions/concerns are as follows:

    My truck now has 265x75xr16 tires on it. Do you think these tires will fit after the truck is brought back down to stock height?

    Where would the diff spacer drop downs be on my truck if they were installed?

    Do you think the AAL will have caused my stock leaf pack to sag over time? Especially after the AAL is taken off?

    Is there a detailed writeup on a front spacer suspension install?

    What would be the best riding shock for a stock setup? Are shocks available for the rear that can compensate for some leaf spring sag?

    Thanks!

    -deadeye
     
  2. Nov 17, 2011 at 9:32 PM
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    tigerfan00

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    Your tires will still fit, your leaf pack may sag, there are detailed writeups but i dont feel like digging right now (look in 1st gen folder)
     
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