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I'm installing a 3" cornfed up front and 1.5" downey rubicon shackles this Saturday. If the front is still sitting to high afterward, I plan to pick up some cheap, used '89-'94 Toyota pickup rear leaf springs, a couple of local wrecking yards have them from $40-$65 a pair. My stock leaf springs are toast. My question is: How much lift can I plan on these rear springs giving my Taco? 1"-2"? I would love to do the 63" chevy springs swap, but until I can so an SAS a year or two down the road, there is no way that I can match the rear lift that they would give me. Who has swapped in rear leaf springs from an '89-'94 Toyota Pickup?

BTW, searching helped a little but did not offer any info on how much lift they give, there was only one thread that mentioned them.
 

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you would probably be better off doing the leafpack mod...remove the stock overload and add a few leaves. gives a better ride, better flex, and a little bit of lift
 
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