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Old 06-30-2018, 02:27 PM #31
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As far as I know, just install and align.

I actually had Eibach do mine (I&A). Didn't see the before/after readings, but I will say after 1.5 months of daily driving it, i'm not seeing any abnormal wear, and no wandering/float on the freeway; factory UCA.

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I put this set up on a few weeks ago, am Iím very happy with it. Iíll write a full review of it as soon as I have some time to get pictures together. Itís a pretty new system to the market, but itís a well known company and someone has to be the first to jump in the pool!

I feel as though it rides better then stock. Iíve heard a lot of complaints about 5100 feeling stiff, and I get none of that. I have 500 miles on it now and the front seems to have settled a bit. I also havenít tested them much off pavement yet.

Day of install:


After settling (posing next to @Terra Firma with his Icon Stage II):


So far, I would highly suggest if youíre looking for a good ride, slight lift & level. You only need what comes in the kit, no diff drop or anything else.


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So you have the front set to 1.4" or 2.5"? With no lift in the rear?
Im looking to do the 1.4" setting as a easy leveling kit.
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So you have the front set to 1.4" or 2.5"? With no lift in the rear?

Im looking to do the 1.4" setting as a easy leveling kit.


If you are looking to level without lift, I'd suggest looking at different options. This is a kit that comes with shocks and coils, it's the coils that will give you the lift... not where you set the adjustment on your front shock. That is meant for accounting extra weight such as a winch or bumper. There are a few ways of leveling without lifting, a few searches on this site will lead you down the right path.



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Is this plug and play or are other upgrades needed like UCAs?


What comes in the box is all you need! They made it so it functions with all the stock aspects of the truck. So yes, plug and play away.

Also, itís possible to fit 285/70 tires on. Will require some trimming to get rid of rubbing (dont think a BMC will be necessary)
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Spring rate?

Damn, this eibach kit is growing on me more and more, especially at that price tag. Was looking into Bilstein 6112/5160 with wheelers, but I might change my mind.

Does anyone know what the spring rate is for the front springs? Couldn't find any info on it. I'm guessing 600#?

Thanks for those who posted pics/info! Any other pics and info is much appreciated!
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Eibach Lift

So I just got done with my install and so far I am very happy. I like the hieght and the ride is great. Really good parts from Eibach. Went with Falken AT3 in 285s and got zero rub. First time posting pics so I hope this works.
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So I just got done with my install and so far I am very happy. I like the hieght and the ride is great. Really good parts from Eibach. Went with Falken AT3 in 285s and got zero rub. First time posting pics so I hope this works.
Awesome! Is there a little bit of a reverse rake or is it pretty level?
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Awesome! Is there a little bit of a reverse rake or is it pretty level?
No reverse rake. Its a little higher in the rear. Not sure why my pics are up and down.
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Is this plug and play or are other upgrades needed like UCAs?
Not required yet until you go over the 3 inches. Then you will need Uca's and a diff drop kit.
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Went with Falken AT3 in 285s and got zero rub.
Did you order your Falken's or buy them local?
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My front is 3/4 inch lower than the rear but only drove about 40 miles so far
Looks great, any difference in height after the springs settled?
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Did you order your Falken's or buy them local?
I bought local. Had a place that I wanted to buy from vs buying online.
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Looks great, any difference in height after the springs settled?
A quarter of an inch front and rear
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I'm looking at this kit too, my biggest concern is that it is on the lowest setting up front so if its is too high upfront then you don't have any easy fixes for it.
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I put this set up on a few weeks ago, am I’m very happy with it. I’ll write a full review of it as soon as I have some time to get pictures together. It’s a pretty new system to the market, but it’s a well known company and someone has to be the first to jump in the pool!

I feel as though it rides better then stock. I’ve heard a lot of complaints about 5100 feeling stiff, and I get none of that. I have 500 miles on it now and the front seems to have settled a bit. I also haven’t tested them much off pavement yet.

Day of install:


After settling (posing next to @Terra Firma with his Icon Stage II):


So far, I would highly suggest if you’re looking for a good ride, slight lift & level. You only need what comes in the kit, no diff drop or anything else.


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I may have been one of the 1st with this kit but I have the OME 895E rear coils. Reason being, Eibach hadn't made the rear coils yet when I installed it back in the summer of 2016. As others have testified, the ride quality is amazing. Solid but not stiff. Better than 5100 by far IMO. Also Eibach makes Toytec's Boss kit so this is essentially it, minus the adjustable front coil aspect.
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Any Nose Dive?

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So I just got done with my install and so far I am very happy. I like the hieght and the ride is great. Really good parts from Eibach. Went with Falken AT3 in 285s and got zero rub. First time posting pics so I hope this works.

Hi, nice lift/setup, do you feel any improvements with regards to Nose Dive?

I just bought a new 4Runner with KDSS about 2 months ago, while driving it's OK, but on stop and go traffic i notice Nose Dive which I want to reduce or get rid off.

Since this kit has Springs included, I guess these must be stiffer and somehow address Nose Dive?
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