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How do you level the Cab of the truck

Discussion in '1st Gen. Tacomas' started by Rick007, Jun 22, 2008.

  1. Rick007

    Rick007 [OP] New Member

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    Houston, TX
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    2000 PreRunner Extended Cab
    I purchased a used 2000 extended cab, and the cab is .75" lower on the passenger side. Is there an adjustment to level the cab on the frame?
     
  2. RoadKill

    RoadKill Northern Alliance: padawan

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    North of the border
    Vehicle:
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    285x70x17 offset rims+ 1.5 spacers, rear Timbrens + 3 inch lift add a leaf, Sway-a-way coilovers + camburg control arms, Fender flares (2.5 inch), clear lights, headers, sliders, roll bar
    Check your cab rubber mounts on frame, is it lower compared to the bead?
    If not, check rear suspenssion, you could have a broken leaf, probly master leaf and right smack in the middle @centering pin
     
  3. tigerfan00

    tigerfan00 BECAUSE INTERNETS!! Thor

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    strange that its on the passenger side...i think normally the taco lean bites the drivers side :confused:
     
  4. Rick007

    Rick007 [OP] New Member

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    I am going to check to see if either of those options solve the problem.
     
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