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Does/did your stock Tacoma have a low angled shim under the overload leaf?

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Does/did your Tacoma have a low angled shim under the overload leaf?

For the ones who kept the overload in with a 3 leaf AAL, did you leave it or remove it?
 
If it had I’d, leave it

It’s like 50/50 on tacomas that have it that come through our shop. Honestly, it doesn’t make any difference.
When the AAL was put it, they removed it with the overload. I'm going to put the overload leaf back in, so was seeing if I should put it back.
 
That's correct. The instructions mention that you should too so that you can correct that Taco lean.
Yeah, I know it's offset. I was wondering if you went max height or 5/4.
Front ended up being higher than I thought, so definitely have to get the rear overload leaf back in.
 
Yeah, I know it's offset. I was wondering if you went max height or 5/4.
Front ended up being higher than I thought, so definitely have to get the rear overload leaf back in.
I see. I definitely wanted to get max height.
 
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