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2005 taco SAW/AllPro-height/weight settings

I installed an AP front bumper on my 05 with SAW 2.5s and 305/70R16 Swampers. The tires were only put on the other day and rub on full lock. I was previously running 265/75s and had no clearance issues. Im also running no sway bar. I just bought a 10k winch and want to install it.
With the smaller tires I didnt have a need to go higher on the c/o. Its still at stock settings, except the nitrogen is only filled to 120psi in the front. Im thinking of adjusting it an 1-1.5"s higher to help clear the tires. Am I going to run into any problems with the SAWs? Is the winch/bumper too much weight to be running on SAWs adjusted that high? Anyone use this set up in the desert/dunes?

If I need to, i'll go back to 265/75s and keep the ride height lower. I understand this set up may be a lil harsh on stock susp components, but fck it, I cant afford LT right now.

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What height were you running previously? Do you have aftermarket UCA's?

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Stock uca's and didnt adjust it. it was a good height installed. now i need to make it higher. I didnt plan for extra weight.


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Just be careful how high you go. The max you can go with stock UCA's is 2.5". Taller than that, and you won't be able to get a proper alignment out of them.

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Yeah, that's what I was going for, maybe slightly lower, but just around that height. I'll get to adjusting it tonight and i'll take it out tomorrow. I just didnt wanna be busting my saws!

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