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Old 10-13-2019, 07:06 PM #151
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TRD Pro with 6112 coils (pics inside)

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Looking good, which Bilstein coils did you go with?


Bilstein B12 springs. Look up Bilstein 36281824 on amazon. Drives great and pairs perfectly with the 6112 setup or TRD/6112 setup.


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Old 10-29-2019, 09:04 PM #152
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Building off this thread, has anyone on here swapped the front springs with a slightly stiffer 14in spring on the TRD pro? I'm adding a Slimline Bumper and Winch and I'm trying to decide between 14"x600lb (like the 6112 springs) or going up to the 14"x650lb.
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Old 11-25-2019, 04:54 PM #153
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Building off this thread, has anyone on here swapped the front springs with a slightly stiffer 14in spring on the TRD pro? I'm adding a Slimline Bumper and Winch and I'm trying to decide between 14"x600lb (like the 6112 springs) or going up to the 14"x650lb.
I'm wondering the same thing. Will the King 14" x 650lb spring work with the stock TRD Pro suspension? I have a C4 low pro bumper and hoping to add a winch later on.
KING 14" COIL SPRING PAIRS FOR 2.5" COILOVERS

Additionally, what's the best spring for the rear? I've seen people suggesting T13's or the Dobinson 599's for about 1.5" of lift. I have a full length Gobi rack (~75lbs) and carry a bike rack on the hitch receiver most of the time (~100lbs). I'm hoping to maintain the factory rake if possible.
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Old 11-26-2019, 04:14 PM #154
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So after reading all this am I understanding correctly that none of this will work on a 19 4R TRD PRO with the OEM Fox shocks? I know they are still early in the game and I would love to do something like this with keeping the OEM Fox shocks and getting a mild lift from swapping out the coils front and rear.. Thanks in advance...
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Added new tires too.



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So just to confirm, you ran the new 14" front spring on TRD stock shocks, and did nothing to the rear? Just wanting to confirm if you put a longer rear shock in too. Thanks! Looks great
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So just to confirm, you ran the new 14" front spring on TRD stock shocks, and did nothing to the rear? Just wanting to confirm if you put a longer rear shock in too. Thanks! Looks great

He used longer coils in the rear, shocks stayed the same.


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Looking good, which Bilstein coils did you go with?
Looks good!
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So I FINALLY pulled the trigger on this after having the 6112s for over a year. I went with Icon 52700s in the rear which give about 1.75 of actual lift. My measurements were rushed but it looks like I got 2.5 to the fender in the front and 2.25 to the fender in the rear when combined with 285s. Its been about a week and I love it. Far less nose dive and lean when cornering and it just looks better. My co-worker, who is an Tacoma overlander, said it now looks like someone told it to grow a pair and it did... in the pic, top is after and bottoms is stock.






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So I FINALLY pulled the trigger on this after having the 6112s for over a year. I went with Icon 52700s in the rear which give about 1.75 of actual lift. My measurements were rushed but it looks like I got 2.5 to the fender in the front and 2.25 to the fender in the rear when combined with 285s. Its been about a week and I love it. Far less nose dive and lean when cornering and it just looks better. My co-worker, who is an Tacoma overlander, said it now looks like someone told it to grow a pair and it did... in the pic, top is after and bottoms is stock.





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Looks great. Have you gotten an alignment yet? Just curious if you'll require UCAs for caster. Any rubbing? I have 14" 650lb springs and T13s waiting to be installed on my '18 Pro.
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Alignment done right away on stock UCAs. Oh rub on full lock turning left when backing up.


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