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OME people - do you find that your Taco leans to the drivers side after the coils have settled? How much does it lean? AND what the heck have you done about it dammit!
 

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GodwinAustin said:
OME people - do you find that your Taco leans to the drivers side after the coils have settled? How much does it lean? AND what the heck have you done about it dammit!
Its pronounced T-A-C-O-M-A not taco.
 

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DesertTRD said:
Its pronounced T-A-C-O-M-A not taco.
holy crap! Dammit! let me rephrase that:

OME people - do you find that your TACOMA leans to the drivers side after the coils have settled? How much does your TACOMA lean? AND what the heck have you done about it dammit!

its all this damn whiskey I have been drinking this morning
 

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GodwinAustin said:
holy crap! Dammit! let me rephrase that:

OME people - do you find that your TACOMA leans to the drivers side after the coils have settled? How much does your TACOMA lean? AND what the heck have you done about it dammit!

its all this damn whiskey I have been drinking this morning
its Old Man Emu, not OME





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You can add trim packers to the coils to help get it level again.
 

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You can add trim packers to the coils to help get it level again.

Right - I actually have some but was wondering if I should even install the darn things.

If it is only a small lean I am going to just apply one to each side for more lift -otherwise I was going to have 2 on the drivers side and one on the passenger-

totally crazy, yes, but it just might work
 

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GodwinAustin said:
Right - I actually have some but was wondering if I should even install the darn things.

If it is only a small lean I am going to just apply one to each side for more lift -otherwise I was going to have 2 on the drivers side and one on the passenger-

totally crazy, yes, but it just might work
That should work just fine.
 

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GodwinAustin said:
wait -which one?

DS 2 / PS 1

OR

DS 1 / PS 1
Probably gonna want to use more on the low side or it'll still lean if you just do one on each side.
 

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Keep in mind that some Tacomas (let me please someone else posting here) already lean that way even without lift. Mine does and it's all stock. Ofcourse im mainly the only person in it and the gas tank is on that side. My old 4runner would lean to the passenger side (gas tank on that side). Not a odd problem on Toyotas at all my friend.
 

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Holy crap!
 

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GodwinAustin said:
OME people - do you find that your Taco leans to the drivers side after the coils have settled? How much does it lean? AND what the heck have you done about it dammit!
I swapped the left and right assemblies on mine and it leveled it up..Probably just mine, but it's easy enough to try..
 

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DesertTRD said:
its Old Man Emu, not OME





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Corey, did something bite you on the ass last night???? GGRRUUMMPPPYYYY!!!! :D
 

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I got my truck level with one trimpacker on the drivers side and with careful assembly. Check all the parts during assembly and put the longer one (the difference will be tiny, if there is one) on the drivers side. My last truck leaned bad, about a half inch lower on the drivers side with 2 extra packers (1 pass, 3 drivers). The idea is to get the tiny amout of variance allowed during production to work for you, not against you. Good luck.
 
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