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springs for lowering my 07 taco

Discussion in 'Street Trucks' started by jmarquez808, Jul 10, 2012.

  1. Jul 10, 2012 at 1:21 PM

    jmarquez808 [OP] Large Member

    May 22, 2012
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    07 4x2 reg cab
    **Afe cold air intake w/pro dry filter, Yellow tint fogs, Daytime running lights, led dome light, led license plate lights, Led tail lights, 3 inch carbon antenna, spec d projector headlights, carbon fiber look interior trim pieces, Djm control arms, Djm notch, 4x4 leaf springs, beefed taco 2 inch blocks with offset pin, Rear Qa1 Shocks, Sittin sic stock height coils, x runner bilstein front shocks, weathertech digital fit floor mats, debadged.
    ok so im lowering my 07 regular cab tacoma. i have the bilstein shocks on their way for the front. Ill be getting the x2 steel leafs or some 4x4 leafs to bring the back down a bit. plus qa1s to get rid of the stock rear shocks. I plan to get 2" blocks for the back and djm control arms later on. but while i have the the leafs and front and rear shocks installed (which may be on for a while) should i go with the x2 performance drop spring for the front or the srock ride height performance spring also from x2. will the drop spring be too much when i finally put the djm control arms on? whats he smartest way to do this since i will have the truck withput the blocks and control arms for a while. i dont want to buy the drop springs now and then have to buy thw stock height springs when i put on the control arms.in the future. whats the best choice?
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