On the fence, was about to offer to drive down from Sacramento and pick them up but then saw another thread about trailer squat.
Don’t mean to hijack the thread, figured worst case you get more free bumps but thought I would put a question out there to educate myself first before wasting your time...
BACKGROUND: I like the stock stance on my 2018 TRD non-pro, I don’t want to level it out, but like the idea of more plush/capable shocks. I don’t do bro-lean and never want to be lower in the back. I tow 5000lb boat trailer often and may yearly rent a larger camper to tow (6000lb). For the latter, I would use levelers/bars and not really worried, but want the boat to be easy and no squat.
QUESTION: Can the stock PRO shocks (being sold in this thread) be adjusted to not raise the front? Or is there a cost effective and low hassle way to avoid squat in the rear when trailering without negating the benefit of the PRO shocks?
Just curious. May still wait until my warranty expires regardless, but want to learn.
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