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Old 08-25-2020, 11:33 PM #1
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Alright, this is the first time I've tried an embedded excel thing, we will see how well it works.



Hey it works! Alright, so hopefully this helps folks out when they are trying to figure out which shocks they may want. Lastly, if anyone has any data to add please let me know so I can update my sheet.

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Tokico Blacks should be on the rear list for sure, though I don't have any information for the table other than they're $45
In fact, that's why i'm recommending it
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what about Fox?
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Tokico Blacks should be on the rear list for sure, though I don't have any information for the table other than they're $45
In fact, that's why i'm recommending it
Okay sure, any idea who may have have more information on them?

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what about Fox?
I just don't know anything about them, which ones should I add? Model, specs?
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About your review. When you say “ass” do you mean they performed poorly, or that you judged them by seat-o-the pants feel?
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KYB Gas-A-Just shocks are currently on my t4r. Might be worth adding them as the budget option?
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Lastly, if anyone has any data to add please let me know so I can update my sheet.
King's are progressive valving. All bilstein options (4600,5100, 5160, and 6112) are digressive. Icon's are digressive.

Measured Tundra 6112:
-Collapsed - 13.23"
-Extended - 18.35"
-Travel - 5.12"

4Runner 6112's are the same measurements as 4Runner 5100's

Tundra 5160's are an option for the rear if you swap the bottom bushing out. Part #25-261332 (not side specific)
-Collapsed - 13.84"
-Extended - 23.23"
-Travel - 9.39"

Sonoran Steel sells their Classic 1.2 Lift with either FJ80 rear shocks or Bilstein extended travel shocks for an FJ Cruiser. Bilstein shocks for an FJ cruiser are part number 33-187174.
-Collapsed - 14.91"
-Extended - 23.5"
-Travel - 8.59"
Source:1996-2002 - Classic System 1.2 [96-02_complete] - $1,575.15 : Sonoran Steel Fabrication LLC, Toyota Truck Parts
https://wheelersoffroad.com/shop-by-...187174-x2.html

Are you sure front icon's are twin tube and front dobinson's are mono tube? I thought it was the other way around.

Edit: To be accurate I believe you only have the standard king's listed for the front suspension. There is an extended travel version, but I am unfamiliar with the extended and collapsed lengths for them.

Edit 2: FJ80 Rear Tokico Shock
-Collapsed - 14.5"
-Extended - 23.5"
-Travel - 9.0"
Source:Wayback Machine
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About your review. When you say “ass” do you mean they performed poorly, or that you judged them by seat-o-the pants feel?
Purely talking about ride quality in my opinion. Lol

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KYB Gas-A-Just shocks are currently on my t4r. Might be worth adding them as the budget option?
Okay sure, do they have the same measurements as stock?
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King's are progressive valving. All bilstein options (4600,5100, 5160, and 6112) are digressive. Icon's are digressive.

Measured Tundra 6112:
-Collapsed - 13.23"
-Extended - 18.35"
-Travel - 5.12"

4Runner 6112's are the same measurements as 4Runner 5100's

Tundra 5160's are an option for the rear if you swap the bottom bushing out. Part #25-261332 (not side specific)
-Collapsed - 13.84"
-Extended - 23.23"
-Travel - 9.39"

Sonoran Steel sells their Classic 1.2 Lift with either FJ80 rear shocks or Bilstein extended travel shocks for an FJ Cruiser. Bilstein shocks for an FJ cruiser are part number 33-187174.
-Collapsed - 14.91"
-Extended - 23.5"
-Travel - 8.59"
Source:1996-2002 - Classic System 1.2 [96-02_complete] - $1,575.15 : Sonoran Steel Fabrication LLC, Toyota Truck Parts
Bilstein 5100 Rear Shock Set for 2003+ 4Runner, 2007+ FJ Cruiser (33-187174 x2)

Are you sure front icon's are twin tube and front dobinson's are mono tube? I thought it was the other way around.

Edit: To be accurate I believe you only have the standard king's listed for the front suspension. There is an extended travel version, but I am unfamiliar with the extended and collapsed lengths for them.

Edit 2: FJ80 Rear Tokico Shock
-Collapsed - 14.5"
-Extended - 23.5"
-Travel - 9.0"
Source:Wayback Machine
Go it, I'll update the report later today

Not sure what happened but the icons should be mono and the dobinson's should be twin.
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4Runner 6112's are the same measurements as 4Runner 5100's
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4Runner 6112's are the same measurements as 4Runner 5100's
Fixed, anything else?

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King has an extended travel 25001-151-EXT. I can measure when I get a chance.
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Okay sure, any idea who may have have more information on them?



I just don't know anything about them, which ones should I add? Model, specs?

Fox 2.5" Factory Series Front Coilovers for 96-02 4Runner

FOX-883-02-023 0-2" lift standard travel
FOX-883-02-024 for 0-3" lift extended travel

Monotube

Everything I am reading says Fox are progressive, but couldn't find anything on their website about it.
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Compare info to what Sonoran Steel did years ago:

https://www.sonoransteel.com/downloa...aRearShock.pdf

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