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How to get my 1st gen tacoma level???

Discussion in 'Suspension' started by Mickle, Mar 20, 2011.

  1. Mar 20, 2011 at 10:58 AM
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    Mickle

    Mickle [OP] Active Member

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    Alex
    San Diego
    Vehicle:
    99 Tacoma 2.7L
    Dirt Logic 3" coilover lift, All Pro 3" rear lift, K&N intake, Doug Thorley Headers, Flowmaster, ARB bumper, HID's
    I've got a 99 ex cab 2.7l. I put an All pro 3" lift kit on, coilovers front and new leaf pack rear. I know 1st gen Tacomas have an unlevel stance to begin with and the Allpro lift does not change that. The rear is about an inch or more higher than the front end and the adjustable coil overs are cranked as high as they can go. Any idea how I can get a little bit more lift out of the front to match the rear and get a level stance? I see pics of other guys who have acheived this but I can never find a wite-up on how it was done. Thanks for all of you input.
     
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