The overall height didn't change. The truck still sets, for all intents and purposes, level. Now that I've got my shocks put back on it rides very nice in the back. I can definitely notice a difference. I'm seriously considering putting some Bilsteins in the rear now. I think I'm gonna go with the 5100's. But for some reason, I can't find exact extended and collapsed length specs on them. I guess I'll keep looking.
But yeah, it was an interesting experience. Wish you could have been there. But I know some "do's" and "don't's" about it now.
I'm interested to see how it turns out on your truck, Squishy.
Are you thinking of reusing your factory bottom plates? Or going with a U-bolt flip and a top plate?
The "Honey Badger"- 2003 Tacoma 4x4 4-Door -Lifted, Locked, Built. Abnormally aspirated.
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