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The rear end of my truck is extremely stiff. When I go over a bump at all speeds (usually go over them slow), the rear end drops like a brick and everything in the bed hops around. I've got a set of Downy long AAL and a set of Rancho 99144. Is it the AAL or shocks that are causing this stiff ride? Is there anything relatively cheap to do to fix it, or am I better off getting a set of deavers or alcans with some bilsteins?
 

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cb77DEMELLO said:
That is very comon in the tacoma rear ends with downey add leafs and rancho. if you want it too ride good and still not break the bank you could do a Deaver 3 leaf add pack and 5100 bilstein shocks in the rear. That will set you back about 350.00 for everything.

If you have anymore questions let me know, I deal with these set-ups all the time.
I wouldn't think the 3 would suffice. I've got a shell, and I might be having my aftermarket bumper fitted with a swing out tire carrier, so I'll be having a lot of weight in the back end.
 
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