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If anybody could help I would greatly appreciate it. I just installed a 2 inch lift from Cornfed suspension. I installed it on a 2004 Taco ext. cab 4wd 4cyl. Ive put 265/75/16 Bridgestone AT Revos on my stock rims. We put the spacers in and the new add a leaf in the rear. I just wanted to know if anybody knew if there was anything that I needed to torque back up, for instance the u-bolts in the rear. Its no biggie but it's just piece of mind. Any help or tips would be appreciated, Thanks.
 

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Snowtaco27 said:
If anybody could help I would greatly appreciate it. I just installed a 2 inch lift from Cornfed suspension. I installed it on a 2004 Taco ext. cab 4wd 4cyl. Ive put 265/75/16 Bridgestone AT Revos on my stock rims. We put the spacers in and the new add a leaf in the rear. I just wanted to know if anybody knew if there was anything that I needed to torque back up, for instance the u-bolts in the rear. Its no biggie but it's just piece of mind. Any help or tips would be appreciated, Thanks.
i dont know the specs, but from this forum, it's best to get new u-bolts and indeed they need to be torq'd back to spec.
 

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Rear U-bolts are 90ft-lbs, torque should be checked after a few days.

From the FSM
Hint:
At time of installation, tighten the U-blots so that the length of all U-bolts under the spring seat is the same.

Front shock/coil spring:
3 nuts on top torque is 47ft-lbs
Bottom shock torque is 101ft-lbs
check torque after a few days.

Tim
 
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