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Got my 5100's installed along with the drevtec diff drop and super happy with the stance and ride.
the lowest setting is about .75 inches taller than stock height ....small enough to be just about stock and always gives you the option of leveling it out latercan they be adjusted to be the same as stock hights?!
yea...i wanted the leveled out look so i have the them on there highest setting at 2.5 ish.....bit i believe that even at the middle setting the is still a little bit of rake to the truckyour hights are the same back to front, I like the lil stock drop on the fronts
Its a TINY bit stiffer that my stock trd that were still in good shape....I like the 5100 bexause it gives the front end a "tighter" feel.....when it time for rears I will deff go withe matching ones in the reaeIm about to pull the trigger on these too. Hows the ride compared to the stock TRD Bilsteins? I have 115k on my stock Bilsteins and Im about to ready for some new ones.
thanks! Now i just need to get some new tires are rims lollooks great man! i have those on mine as well, and I really like them
Thanks! And yea, I was looking at adding some air bags due to the fact that i have a 16 hr drive to the UP towing the wifes truck with her truck loaded to the gills lolBest option is having the fronts on the highest setting, then raise the rear with either some shackles from Coachbuilder, Add-A-Leafs, Airbags, or old fashioned blocks.
Great looking truck though! :thumbsup:
Holy crap!!! Havent seen that before.....watch your hard bumps or you may have this happen to the 5100 if your bump stops are not extended properly.
This happened driving down a power-line trial (no jumping) with a couple hard dips.