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post #31 of 40 (permalink) Old 05-03-2012, 04:38 PM
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Thanks for the opinion.

I have a 2004 DC V6 4x4 no bumper yet but will have one in the future. I just wasn't sure if a bumper and winch will drop it lower even though they are 620lb coils.
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Hey I just received the ULK today from Toytec, and the collar is in the middle of the threads...anyone know what setting that is...?
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Hey I just received the ULK today from Toytec, and the collar is in the middle of the threads...anyone know what setting that is...?
The amount of lift you get with setting we send them at will vary from vehicle to vehicle depending on weight differences. Generally they will give 2.5-3" of lift where we set them.

If you guys have questions regarding the different coil over options we have please feel free to give us a call. We have a variety of different spring rates available. Generally we recommend 600#/in. But we do have 500's, 600's, 650's, 700's, and even a few 800's laying around for the 2nd gen tundra double cabs.

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Alright boys...Its installed...and the ride is MUCH, MUCH better with the billie 5100 adjustables and Eibach coils. I have the 2.7l 4cyl and no added weight on the front except for a fairly light brush bar and some lights...I also used billie 5100's on the back with a Deaver AAL and my truck sits level. I'm sure I could drop the spring down some on the front and make it ride softer as well.
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Glad to hear you like the ride!

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I left the settings where they were. If I drop the spring down, will I lose lift?

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You mean if you adjust the co down? Yes you will lose height or gain depending on what you want but 3" is max anyone should go.

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What is confusing is some say that since the Eibach coil is taller it will retain the lift...I dunno...

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Yes, if it is adjusted down you will lose ride height.

For 3" of lift you want to have your center of hub to fender measurement right at 23".

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