How did the truck drive loaded down like that? Was your braking much harder? JB
That lean to driver's side appears to be a Tacoma feature...with the battery on that side, and the heavy (especially when full) fuel tank running fore & aft on the driver's side as well. Add in the ever-present driver's weight, and they tend to lean that way.Just noticed the other day that the truck is leaning to the left. The driver side is about an inch lower at the top of the wheel well than the passenger side. Front and rear.
Over the weekend I had a chance to load up my bed with the new SuperSprings, so I'm posting back to here with the results. I am very pleased with them. On saturday I bought some patio paver stones. I hauled them home in three trips; The heaviest load was 1456 lbs. With this much weight (over max payload spec), I estimate that the rear-end squatted to about 1.5" below factory ride height. I still had 3.5" of travel between the frame and the SuperSprings' bump stops. After unloading the blocks, I went to the landscape supply to get two half-yards of 2a limestone. His lookup chart said that a yard weighs 3000 lbs, so each half-yard weight roughly 1500 lbs. The results were the same as for the pavers - about 3.5" of travel to spare.