Anyone have experience with Downey AAL's? I've heard one good report and one bad report. Basicaly I'm back to zero. How much lift do they give once settled?
I got 1.5" from mine, and as best I can tell (haven't taken measurements lately; just going from eyeball measuring) it hasn't lost any lift. The only issue I have with mine is that ever since installing it, the leafs like to fan out whenever I go offroading (yes, I tightened all the bolts properly and re-checked 'em).emminz said:Anyone have experience with Downey AAL's? I've heard one good report and one bad report. Basicaly I'm back to zero. How much lift do they give once settled?
The exact same way it sits now, but 2.5" higher.emminz said:How will my truck sit with a 2.5" CB spacer and a 2.5" Downey ALL? I know it sounds like both ends should go up exatly 2.5" but may times that is not the case. Like with tires, 33" doesn't necessarily mean that they are exactly 33" tall.
You initially put it in the solid axle swap folders, someone moved it to the correct folder though.emminz said:Where should I have posted and were did I go wrong. My first new thread on this board.
If youre talking to me, I am running 3" front and 2.5 rear with 33x12.5r15 on MT Classic II's. But I am running a small 33 (procomp xterrain). I still had to trim and pinch weld, but they work fine now. Sure they rub sometimes offroad, but it doesnt bother me at all.Tacoma4Life06 said:Hey man. How much lift are you running on your tacoma? As I have stated before I'm buying the Package D from Extreme Offroad which has everything that you have stated on your signature. What size tires are you running? I'm going to be running a 31x10.50 w/ 15x8 rims. I'm looking for 2 inches of lift and the truck to sit mostly level - if maybe slightly rear end high.