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Old 07-17-2020, 06:43 PM #1
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5th gen non TRDP springs on all 4 corners?

Afternoon everyone! I have a set of 5th gen springs from a non TRDP vehicle. Anyone run them on all 4 corners, maybe even with KYB Gas-A-Just shocks? Thanks!
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Bump.

Ultimately looking to just refresh the suspension, and if I net a micro lift I won't complain. Really looking for anyone who has been down this road and if they had any issues?
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I put 5th gen rear springs on. I had sagging springs on my 97. I gained about 2.25" lift from this. I used OEM Tokico shocks from a 99 4wd 4runner. I have 99 front coils on it too now. The rear springs are a little wider than the 4runners but they still fit on the rear. I'll be adding 1 or 2 OME trim packers on soon to raise a tad more. I've heard the 5th front springs don't work on the 4runners but im not sure.
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I put 5th gen rear springs on. I had sagging springs on my 97. I gained about 2.25" lift from this. I used OEM Tokico shocks from a 99 4wd 4runner. I have 99 front coils on it too now. The rear springs are a little wider than the 4runners but they still fit on the rear. I'll be adding 1 or 2 OME trim packers on soon to raise a tad more. I've heard the 5th front springs don't work on the 4runners but im not sure.
From my understanding the fronts will work as long as they aren't the TRD Pro ones. Hopefully someone else can chime in.
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I've heard the 5th front springs don't work on the 4runners but im not sure.
The springs are fine, it is the front shocks that don't fit. (rear shocks fit but are too long). I run 5th gen rear springs with a single 10mm trim packer on each side and its about 22" hub to fender lip. I kept my stock front springs and use 5100's for the front lift.

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The springs are fine, it is the front shocks that don't fit. (rear shocks fit but are too long). I run 5th gen rear springs with a single 10mm trim packer on each side and its about 22" hub to fender lip. I kept my stock front springs and use 5100's for the front lift.

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I too have the 5th gen rear springs. I got some trim packers to install soon. My front I also have 99 tall springs. How are the 5100s with those working? I kinda want to get new shocks for the front. Are those 5100s adjustable in height? and what model number did you get?
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I too have the 5th gen rear springs. I got some trim packers to install soon. My front I also have 99 tall springs. How are the 5100s with those working? I kinda want to get new shocks for the front. Are those 5100s adjustable in height? and what model number did you get?
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I'm using the 4Runner specific 5100's (not the Tundra or D558 versions). The rears are a great match to the 5100's, which are designed for OME2906 springs. The fronts are height adjustable and are designed for OEM springs too. The front is a bit floaty, but I blame that on the fact I'm still using 2WD springs with 4WD and armor, I wanted the front as soft as possible for max articulation. I only memories of Bilstein shocks on the 4Runner (4600's for ~10 years before the current 5100's) so I can't compare to stock, etc.

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Thanks for the replies! Was informed this morning that the KYBs are now back ordered, so im getting a refund hopefully then just getting the 5100s.
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