Have you checked with your old axle that the mounting distances are the same ?
Shaking head.....Butt fugly.... for an old man ..... I should have picked it up ...quicker..... but being an old man, I can't move that fast.... :rofl:Bought and installed a shorter 9/16" bolt today for the panhard bar. I used alot of grade 8's. Then installed the lower shock mount bushings ECGS overnighted me. The ride has improved. Initial notes are a slightly stiffer ride and less body roll from the MT LT springs and leveled panhard, the rear end has been lifted quite a bit more and the new stance provides even less visibility out the back. The 4.88's are noticeable and the torque take some getting used to from a dead stop. It'll jump pretty good when going from reverse directly to drive. Besides that I haven't even gotten it past 50 mph yet.
The rubber spring isolators are squeezing almost all the way out from under the springs, passenger brake line needs to be replaced with the longer one, upper link mounts need to be ground down and zerks inserted into the upper links. Then airlockers hooked up. Then I start thinking about straps, bumps, and King shocks after cycling it.
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I ain't goin any bigger than 37's and nobody can convince me otherwise! :rofl:Shaking head.....Butt fugly.... for an old man ..... I should have picked it up ...quicker..... but being an old man, I can't move that fast.... :rofl:
( nor can Lee ) .... hahahahahaha
So when you going 40's ..or 42's ?.....
Yeah the HD's. I'm ok with the ride height increase, if I get the Marlin kit I will jack the front up a little higher also.The rear springs should settle a little You went with the HD ones correct? I was looking at some stuff today . and it may work for what i think you are trying to do . Look up BAMF tacoma shock relocation mounts
Only 37's ?..... sheeez.... live on the edge Mate !!!!I'm debating getting the 37's to fit for my trip to Kansas Rocks creepy crawl in about a month. I could just pull all of the plastic and see what happens. I never really try anything too difficult at KRRP. I just have a hard time finding the middle of the road difficulty for the FJC at that park.
Need to hook up lockers first. :blueblob: And still need to clearance the upper link brackets for zerks.