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Pgiroua's build...

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Builds' started by pgiroua, Jul 10, 2012.

  1. pgiroua

    pgiroua [OP] Geaux Tigers

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    Fog Lights "a la Caribe Style", 20% Tint, csjumper2003's LED's (dome, map lights, park lights), Sylvania ZXE headlights and fog lights, Tonnopro Bed Cover, DTRL on any time mod by piercedtiger, Maxtrac Spindles, Bilstein 5100's (front and back), OME 883 Coils, All Pro Standard Leaf Pack
    The All Pro's are holding up great... No problems at all. You may want to do a little more research on the Eibachs vs the OME 883's. Ride quality was a big thing for me since this is my daily driver and digging deeper into this site I found out that the 883's are the best for ride quality out if the OME options. The Eibachs, from what people say here, give a little stiffer ride. Mine were a little stiff at first but after about 500 or so miles, softened up very nicely.

    Not sure how but I only ended up with about a 1/4" or so of rake which is not even noticeable. I do have a 1" block to put in the back if the All Pro's settle in the future.

    Let me know if you have any more questions!
     
  2. 87twentytwor

    87twentytwor Well-Known Member

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    Sic build and very informative! Couple questions tho..

    These measurements were taken immediately after installation, correct?

    Post-lift height front (middle of wheel): 26-1/4"
    Post-lift height back (middle of wheel): 26"

    So, the 883's settled down about 1/2" leaving you with a rake of 1/4 inch? Or were you talking bro lean of about 1/4"?
    In your research, how much were the allpros supposed to settle at?

    I want my lift to be either completely level, or slightly at a rake for heavy loads... If I'm not mistaken, this is what you have accomplished, rite?
    Would it be possible to take your current measurements to see where you sit at now? Thanks!!
     
  3. 87twentytwor

    87twentytwor Well-Known Member

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