I hate to do this, because I'm sure as soon as I post, someone will direct me to a thread I missed, but here goes:
I've been searching for the past couple weeks here with regards to adding an Eagle to the back of an 04 Tacoma.
The tacoma has an Old Man Emu lift on it, with the standard 3" or so rear springs. What we've been looking at is if we should also be getting something else in the back.
I've seen a a few tacomas with FWC's on here who are running air bags, but I wanted to know if people felt the air bags were in anyway limiting on the suspension. This truck will see a lot of rough terrain, and needs to be able to make use of the full range of the suspension. My concern with Air bags is ripping them/limiting up travel at the extremes of the axle travel. Has this been an issue for anyone?
Or, is it a better solution to have someone like Alcan make a custom pack, and run stiffer shocks in the back to combat sway?
Anyway, I appreciate the input, and apologies if I missed a similar thread somewhere.