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I'm looking to upgrade my worn leafs by creating a hybrid pack of some kind. There's a set of 2006 Tacoma helper springs that I can pick up for less than 100 bucks.

Anybody know if these will bolt up and if so, how much lift I will get?
 

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Not sure about the Tacoma helper springs....
But a member Stevet47 went to a auto salvage yard and and got some leaf springs from an Xterra cut them up and created his own hybrid leaf pack combining his frontier leafs and the xterra leafs.
He did a very detailed thread with pics documenting it.
Here is a link to his thread:
http://www.clubfrontier.org/forums/f23/diy-rebuilt-leaf-springs-38250/
 

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As long as they are the same (or very close) to the same width you can combine to your heart's content. Just know that you'll need a longer center pin and potentially u bolts.

It's funny you brought up steve's thread, I was just looking at it as tomorrow a friend and I are picking up some Xterra leafs to play with on his Fronty.
 

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Yes please keep us updated...I have the PRG Deaver (Two leaf) add-a-leaf and it wont be long now until my leaf-pack will be curving the wrong way.
And I would be looking to do something like hybrid leaf pack as apposed to spending 100's of dollars on a brand new Alcan custom leaf pack or an OME Daker.
 
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