Ok, I am finally ready to rebuild my 2000 Tundra's suspension both front and rear. Kinda forced to since I snapped two leaf springs in the passenger side pack. So, with the help of some of you, as well as a couple friends this is what I have decided to go with.
1. Rear - Denver Springs replacement leaf spring pack for the rear (the standard one, I don't want the rough ride that comes with a HD pack) Bilstein 5100 series rear shocks and a set of Firestone "Ride-Rite" air bag helper springs.
2. Front - ToyTec Coil Overs with Bilstein shock
I chose this setup because it seems to give me everything I want, has some good revues and is priced in the middle of the suspesion price realm.
This brings me to my next question. I will be rebuilding the front completely (bushings, balljoints and all). With over 400k on the truck I think it's time to do it, and since I'm replacing shocks and coils it's the perfect time. So, would you guys go with the standard Napa bushings, ball joints and such(I can get a good price on these), or go with origanal factory Toyota parts, or is there a third option??? Something aftermarket and better (though not sure how much better you can get them 400k on the parts)
Thanks for the input.