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Old 08-24-2019, 01:08 PM #1
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Another 5100 Alignment Thread

I have a daily driver T4R Im planning on lifting/leveling later on today. I was curious if anybody has done 1.75" up front with anywhere from 1" to 1.5" in the rear with a spacer?
I drive 2 hours daily (mostly highway ~75mph) for work and am nervous to pull the trigger on anything higher than .85" front and 0" in back.
Anybody had a decent experience daily driving at 1.75"F 1-1.5""R no UCA?
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I daily drive mine for work a few thousand miles per month. 1.75 in front and 1 inch in back. 33's make it a bit heavier feeling but overall handles good. Better than OEM
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I lifted my 19' SR5P with Bilsteins 2 weeks ago. I set the front to 1.75 and added 1.5 spacers in rear. That setups gave me a pretty good rake and makes 265 BF Goodrich KO2's look pretty small in the rear. I will be downsizing to .75 spacers in a few weeks. I would suggest not using 1.5 spacers in the rear, unless you decide to lift the front to 2.5. My guess is that you would need new UCA's to make sure it aligns properly. That said, the overall drive is much better than the stock setup.
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Lots of folks have the 2.5 and 1.5 poly in the back and say it drives fine. I have it like that but SPC's and 4+ caster and it's way better than stock in on-center feel and nose dive.
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