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Shock extenders needed?

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas' started by TacomaTSP4, Nov 3, 2009.

  1. TacomaTSP4

    TacomaTSP4 [OP] Go Big or Go Home!!

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    I was wondering if im going to be running a 2" AAL and 1" block in the back, then i was wondering if i should or need to run a Toytec shock extender for my stock trd bilsteins?
     
  2. TacomaTSP4

    TacomaTSP4 [OP] Go Big or Go Home!!

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    also do i need to run extended ss brake lines?
     
  3. chris4x4

    chris4x4 With sufficient thrust, pigs fly just fine. Thor

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    You should probably get new longer shocks. Longer brake lines shouldnt be nessesary though, as you can space the mounting bracket up an inch or so.
     
  4. TacomaTSP4

    TacomaTSP4 [OP] Go Big or Go Home!!

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    will the extenders work for now?
     
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    squad314 Thinks he's Steve McQueen

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    Before I installed my AAL,I was running 1" Toytec blocks with my stock TRD Billys.I found that I was "topping out" much more than I liked so I bought a set of 5125's and the problem was solved.Extended brake lines were not needed.
     
  6. jhodge83

    jhodge83 Any dog under 50# is a cat and cats are useless... Thor

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    wat?
    ^^ like stated, no need for the extended lines, but u'd need either longer shocks or the extenders. i ran the extenders on the stock billy's w/ the tsb and a 2" block on the old 07. if u want extra play from the brake lines, remove the 10mm bolt on the mounting bracket and it will allow for more play in the lines
     
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    where can i get extenders besides toytec because they dont ship to guam?
     
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    nvm i found what i was looking for. its the stem to eye adapter i was looking for not extender. found a pair on summit
     
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