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Review of my TSB on 2008 SR5

Discussion in 'Suspension' started by jerryota, Feb 21, 2011.

  1. Feb 21, 2011 at 7:02 AM

    jerryota [OP] Well-Known Member

    Sep 3, 2010
    08 4x4
    Not sure you want the TSB 4 leafpack! Don't be afraid of the words HARSH RIDE I sure heard it enough from service mng. lets face it costs about $1800.00 free labor and parts on them I put about 1000 lbs sand on watched bed sagged Ridiculuos for a truck this size and service mng agreed! Non TRD trucks also get new shocks upgrade to handle the load not giving away the bilsteins anymore so you get black Tokiko's however I opted out for TRD shocks found 4 for $80 on the forum dealer agreed to install at no charge and they should! Cornering and handling is first thing I noticed greatly improved not much diff in soft ride either harsh ride my ass ya might feel bumps just a tad more but it feels so much better on the road its unbelievable! I bought my first new tacoma in 1989 when they weren't called tacoma I loaded that 89 truck's bedliner to the top with concrete right from the shute of a cement truck and drove it across town up a big hill to a job site no PROBLEM! I'd be afraid to try that with these 2nd Gen trucks! If ya wanna keep your truck longer than the payments get the TSB done for you young guys it did lift the rear end couple inches!
  2. Feb 21, 2011 at 7:23 AM

    KPT sees what you did there.

    Sep 3, 2009
    09 Prerunner
    Katskin leather interior, Satoshi grille, Bilstein 5100's @ 1.75, rear leaf TSB, magnaflow exhaust, 18x9 BBS RW's, 275/65/18 Nitto TG's, black headlights, black taillights, Hella Supertones, weathertechs, EFX tri-fold tonneau, n-Fab steps
    Glad you like it. It lifts the rear 1" after settling.

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