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I have a 4" procomp lift. I just redid the rear suspension. I got rid of the blocks, and to keep the same amount of lift, installed a set of 2" over Deaver springs and a set of 2" over Cornfed shackles, plus a set of mx-6 adjustable shocks...4" of lift.

Now here's the problem. The driver's side is sitting like an inch lower than the passengers. It looks horrible.

I read on customtacos.com that the driverside can sit lower because of the extra weight from the battery, steering and gastank on that side. But they said there's no known solution. That's surely not the case.

If all, or even some, of the lifted tacos out there were tilting like mine. I know I would've seen it addressed on the forums by now.

Please help. Between the procomp lift, deaver springs, and the rest of the work I have in her. I just can't accept defeat.
 

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unfortunately, that is an issue with Tacomas. as common as the dash rattle. I have the same issue with my setup. I don't know of a fix for the Pro Comp lift, but maybe somebody that has one will have some info. for you. Good luck with it.
 

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I have the same problem with mine. I'm going to try and crank up the driver side coil-over to see if it can counter the lean
 

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if you have coilovers you can even out the front easily.
with regular coil/shocks you can add a 1/4" spacer...if you can find one. I think Cornfed still makes them.
for the rear you can add a 1/2" block to the dr side and get it a little closer.
4Crawler has those for cheap.

you can have your dr side spring pk re-arched to help compensate but this doesn't seem to last long in practice. Adding a 4th leaf and re-arching both leafpks to whatever lift you want (up to 3" over stock) can be done and works very well...usually in the $300 range at your local spring shop.
 

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I have a 4" Pro Comp, it's been on the truck for almost 11yrs. Does not lean or sag at all. :D I have no solution to your problem, just wanted to back up pro comp for all the bad feedback they get.
 
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