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Old 02-19-2019, 12:04 AM #16
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looks perfect. the wheelers rear springs ride great too.
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ah so you went with the 600 pound coils that are an inch longer 3x14 from 3x13
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ah so you went with the 600 pound coils that are an inch longer 3x14 from 3x13
That is correct. I used the coils from a Bilstein 6112 kit.
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Measurements

Hey nice setup, Iím going this route. Do you mind posting the measurements from ground to fender and hub to fender?
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Hey nice setup, Iím going this route. Do you mind posting the measurements from ground to fender and hub to fender?


I actually took some pictures of the measurements this morning from ground to fender. Dead even from front to back. I did not expect that.
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Any concern with down travel and topping out the factory shocks, front or rear, with this setup?


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How much did you lift your rear? I'm looking to add a similar setup to my 4runner and wanted to compare.
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No clip setting. The shocks are from a TRD Pro. They have no clip settings like the 6112 shocks. The rears I kept stock. Same as the front, just replaced the coil.
I don't understand. You said you put 6112 on your TRD Pro which I assuming you took the OEM TRD Pro Bilsteins off. Were the 6112 not adjustable height?
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I don't understand. You said you put 6112 on your TRD Pro which I assuming you took the OEM TRD Pro Bilsteins off. Were the 6112 not adjustable height?

No he used the 6112 springs ONLY with the factory TRD shocks.


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I don't understand. You said you put 6112 on your TRD Pro which I assuming you took the OEM TRD Pro Bilsteins off. Were the 6112 not adjustable height?

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ah so you went with the 600 pound coils that are an inch longer 3x14 from 3x13

That is correct. I used the coils from a Bilstein 6112 kit.
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Did you use wheel spacers OP? If so, which ones?
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Any concern with down travel and topping out the factory shocks, front or rear, with this setup?


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No because TRD Pros use the same shock as the shock from the Bilstein 6112 kit. Just no adjustments.

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How much did you lift your rear? I'm looking to add a similar setup to my 4runner and wanted to compare.
Wheeler T13 coil suppose to have a lift of 1.5 inches, I believe I got around 1.25 inches of lift.


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I don't understand. You said you put 6112 on your TRD Pro which I assuming you took the OEM TRD Pro Bilsteins off. Were the 6112 not adjustable height?
Bayou_Pro and Akkording answered that question. Thank you.
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Did you use wheel spacers OP? If so, which ones?
No wheels spacer.
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No wheels spacer.
Interesting, I am running 275's on my 2018 Pro with the stock Bilsteins and 1.5" top hat spacers and I don't think my wheels stick out anywhere near that much. I like the look.
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Interesting, I am running 275's on my 2018 Pro with the stock Bilsteins and 1.5" top hat spacers and I don't think my wheels stick out anywhere near that much. I like the look.
I don't think they stick out that much. Here is another shot.

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