So I finally got my All Pro 3" suspension kit installed on my 2003. This was the complete kit. Some notables on this kit were:
1- No instruction were included (?). However, it wasn't too hard to figure out. I installed the RF side first, which was the learning curve. The LF went on a lot quicker.
2- There was a 1" difference between the right side and the left side (right side was higher). I know not all things are perfect and some settling will occur. Incidentally, I had a slight struggle cranking up the left front, which obviously had to be cranked more than the right to compensate. For the right side, the spanner wrench contacted the ball joint so I could only make 1/8 turn incremements. That eventually wore out my arm and patience. I decided to remove the coil over assembly and make my turns that way. My recommendation for anyone getting this type of set up is to crank in the height adjustments before installing the coil overs, leaving room to back out a bit to compensate for any side to side deviations like I had. Remember, it's easier to crank the height down than it is up (when the whole thing is installed).
3- The ride is WAY better than stock and I'm impressed by the quality of All-Pro's kit, with the exception of the not included instructions. I wonder if the instructions would have put in my "learned precautions." I haven't bought my new tires yet (265/75r16), so I can't comment on the kit's abilities until I wheel the thing.
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