Fixed it for you to get the image tags.Oppositeboy said:Muddintacobunchaf'nnumbers would know for sure (PM him for details), but I'd say about 2.5" of lift.
Another thing that you could do is:
Quit being so lazy! You've been here somewhere around 3 months and you still can't grasp the concept?
With the hoes cranked to 3.0, 1.5 in the back will level the truck.DesertYota said:Ok so I'm getting the Donahoes and upper arms from Wheelers. I plan on running these at the 3" lift height. How much of a spring lift will I need in the back to make the truck sit as even front to rear as possible? Thanks guys.
Well since the tacomas sit tail high stock I wasn't sure how much I would need to make it sit even front to rear.If you lift the front 3 inches, and you want it to sit level, then how high should the rear be raised? It seems that 3 inches would be logical, but they have come out with the new math since I went to school.
I have my hoes at 2.5 and my Deaver 8 leafs raised the back about 2.5. It looks level to me.