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need advice on leveling

Discussion in 'Suspension' started by PipsTaco, Jan 13, 2011.

  1. PipsTaco

    PipsTaco [OP] Member

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    Jarrod
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    I have read all through the suspension forum about Bilstein 5100's and the rear TSB and AAL's. I just wanted to confirm that I am understanding what I am reading and make sure I am taking the correct route to level my truck. I have a 2006 Dbl Cab long bed with the TRD package. I do not want a lift in the rear, just want to level the front with rear. Im only switching to 265/75/16 tires and dont think rubbing will be an issue. My plan is to install 5100's on all four corners with the front set at .85 and was hoping this will accomplish leveling out my truck? If there is a little bit of rake left I can live with it, I just dont like how much rake there is now. I also wanted to confirm that I will need to have an allignment done afterwords. Thanks for any help in advance
     
  2. YotaDan

    YotaDan Dan Vendor

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    Yes, that should work well. You may have a bit of rake still. Hard to say for sure. Anytime you change the ride height of the vehicle, you need to get an alignment done to avoid adverse tire wear.
     
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