Just some FYI. A while ago I was at the junkyard and noticed that 83-97 mighty max springs were real similar to the toyota springs. After some quick measurements it turned out they were the same OD and ID. The only difference is they are about as tall as the stock toyota spring with 2 coils cut. So you will get a drop just switching to mighty max springs. Or you can get Belltech lowered mighty max springs and really go low. Here is a picture of the Belltech mighty max lowered spring (left), stock mighty max spring (middle), and the stock toyota spring with 2 coils cut off (right). Here is the end drop with the belltechs installed. I will try to get some better pics tomorrow. I don't know how much of a drop it is since I never measured the truck with the stock springs. By the way, the tires are 185/70R14. Also, I put in some Tokico shocks from a 67-69 Camaro. The tokicos are a little fatter than the KYB's or stock shocks, so you have to massage the opening in the lower control arm just a hair to get the tokicos in. In my opinion, the truck drives a million time better. The ride is solid and stiff, but not harsh or bumpy. You will have to remove the swaybar and the lower metal bump stop brick, but it's a small price to pay for an awesome suspension setup.