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Old 05-30-2021, 08:14 PM #1
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TRD 5th gen springs on 4th gen 4runner

I have just installed the Bilstein 4600 shocks on my 07 T4r Sport. Now I found a set of TRD 5th gen springs for a good price. Would these work with my setup and how stiff would it make my ride?
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Someone with more knowledges than me can chime in, but I have the standard 5th gen 4r coils on mine (sr5 and trd off road ).

The 5th gen gave me about an inch and I thinks itís roughly 50 pounds or so stiffer than stock 4th gen. I believe the trd pro should you give you another inch above that, but I believe itís rated the same stiffness/ weight

The 4600 i believe arenít for lifted applications so you may be stretching it a bit and not getting full suspension travel out of it
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Someone with more knowledges than me can chime in, but I have the standard 5th gen 4r coils on mine (sr5 and trd off road ).

The 5th gen gave me about an inch and I thinks itís roughly 50 pounds or so stiffer than stock 4th gen. I believe the trd pro should you give you another inch above that, but I believe itís rated the same stiffness/ weight

The 4600 i believe arenít for lifted applications so you may be stretching it a bit and not getting full suspension travel out of it
Yes, the 4600 is for stock height and weight.
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