can the leaf springs be swapped around? meaning, driver to pass and pass to driver.
you can actually come out better by just rebuilding your OE pks. find a spring shop and have them add a 4th leaf made of OE material and re-arch the whole thing to your specs up to 3". A local shop here does them for $286 (off the truck).HawaiiBuilt said:i was thinking maybe i should just buy some new leaf packs already.
ahh, you qualified for the nationals. nice man....turned out a sad day at the end though. i havent entered much tourneys. kinda shame when i go to the weigh-ins and some big boys was landed versus my catch. so once i get a little better i'll start competing heavily.
2002 xtra cab. i got the Downey 2.5" AAL in there but I think its sitting near 3".rojodiablo said:I'll check on prices and shipping for you, how much lift??? Don't tell me stock, with a block. What year??? Might be able to find you something to help you out. You need a new pack, but you already know this....
hytenor said:you can actually come out better by just rebuilding your OE pks. find a spring shop and have them add a 4th leaf made of OE material and re-arch the whole thing to your specs up to 3". A local shop here does them for $286 (off the truck).
if you're anywhere Honolulu there have to be spring shops. check your yellow pgs under springs.HawaiiBuilt said:Good idea, but sadly...I dont think there are any shops out in Hawaii that could do it. I'll have to call around. Thanks
those only work on Gen 1 Tacos ('95.5-'97) and older yota trucks...too short for the newer Tacos.Bull said:I have a set of Downeys. They are the 3" lift set. I havnt installed them yet but they only ran me about $150 through Toyota. I got them when I was still in Cali though.