Re: Mounting shocks outside the frame on 2wd Toyota
IMHO mounting the shocks outboard is not a good idea. Better way would be to fab up some new shock mounts and keep those shocks in board. One good off camber woop and a tire can hit a shock. (even with lots of clearance, we still get tire rub on the rear rails - some serious morement) The Tundra rear is only 4" +/- wider per side, so I doublt it will have much effect on dampening, just be sure to keep the shocks as vertical as possible (but you knew that)
BTW - would also be a good idea to truss that Tundra rear. A top, bottom, and back brace. Toyota diff housings are only .188 stamped steel. And they will bend. And since you do jump it, trussing is a must.
When are you going to come out to the races? We are running the MORE Freedom 250 in Barstow on the 24th - nite race. And we are running an old 84 4x4 truck - the SA kind.