Re: rear springs
Yes, i had to put the new front spring hanger about 5" forward(eye to eye) and also move the rear mount backwards.
Thanks for the compliments. Damn, im havin a hard time spellin tonight. Yes, with the added weight distribuition of the rear bumper and dual 33's out back, it jumps much more predictably, mostly nose in the air and lands on rear wheels first. Thats how i like it.
When i first got the rear glass, with nothing else back there, its was scarry! Any little jump or whoop de doos and the rear end was in the air. Acted like it wanted to go end over end. of course, i just had some Downey springs in the stock mounts and smaller shocks.
Im pleased with my solid axle Toyota for the most part.