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Old 04-29-2019, 07:03 PM #121
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I would want a complete kit, I dislike piecing kits together . Who sells the most complete set , something like the Icon stage 7 , go big or go home hehe . Thanks

Well that's hard to say because I really don't know what you want out of your rig. You went from spending $200 on a set of coils to thousands on a stage 7 suspension? That's a big difference. Do you really need everything that come in a stage 7 package? What are you going to gain with billet arms and links? If it's for the bling factor then okay, if not then what for? Do you want the ride and performance of a digressive or progressive shocks.

I don't consider a full King coilover and rear package along with your choice of rear spring and ucas piecing something together, but more along the lines of building a custom package the completely fits your needs. Just my thoughts.


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You are correct on the clips are set higher on the driver side to correct the lean but the lower spring seat itself is different on a Pro and must be reused. It might it have a small spacer on them. I'll be putting mine on Monday so I'll know for sure then.


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I believe it has and he posted it here:

https://www.toyota-4runner.org/5th-g...ml#post3281867
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I believe it has and he posted it here:



https://www.toyota-4runner.org/5th-g...ml#post3281867


Yeah, I found it, thanks!


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Over the weekend I had my Toytec spacer lift swapped out in favor for the 6112 coils. I gained about 1/2Ē lift in the front and have fallen in love with the feel of the truck now. Itís a more solid feel, much less nosedive under braking and less body roll through turns.

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Over the weekend I had my Toytec spacer lift swapped out in favor for the 6112 coils. I gained about 1/2Ē lift in the front and have fallen in love with the feel of the truck now. Itís a more solid feel, much less nosedive under braking and less body roll through turns.

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Thats awesome. Glad you were able to find some. Bilstein should just start selling them.
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Has anybody else tried the FJPro springs? Following another Pro owners lead I tried the FJ springs on my truck. They are supposedly 14" x 600# vs the 13" 4Runner springs. I also added the Toytec TRD Pro lift (perch & top hat spacer) and 2" superflex rear springs.

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https://www.toyota-4runner.org/3302544-post1239.html

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Has anybody else tried the FJPro springs? Following another Pro owners lead I tried the FJ springs on my truck. They are supposedly 14" x 600# vs the 13" 4Runner springs. I also added the Toytec TRD Pro lift (perch & top hat spacer) and 2" superflex rear springs.

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https://www.toyota-4runner.org/3302544-post1239.html

Yeah those are the same specs as the 6112 springs, and are probably both made by Eibach. I do like the fact that they are branded TRD and are red. Would have gone with those if I could have found a set at the time.
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Yeah those are the same specs as the 6112 springs, and are probably both made by Eibach. I do like the fact that they are branded TRD and are red. Would have gone with those if I could have found a set at the time.
You can get them new from most dealers. I got mine from McGeorge in VA for around $200 for the pair.
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You can get them new from most dealers. I got mine from McGeorge in VA for around $200 for the pair.
Or you could buy mine for half that...
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Or you could buy mine for half that...
But are they enough to provide 2-2.5" of lift over stock and still handle the added load of a winch and hybrid bumper?
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But are they enough to provide 2-2.5" of lift over stock and still handle the added load of a winch and hybrid bumper?
I currently have icon 2.5s in front with a winch and sso bumper. I dropped 1/2 an inch with the added weight. The icon coils are softer than the 6112 coils so compared to a stock trail or sr5, i'd expect a 2 1/4 lift with that equipment. Compared to a pro, which is already lifted 1/2 an inch, you'd probably be looking at a 1 3/4" gain.
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Has anybody else tried the FJPro springs? Following another Pro owners lead I tried the FJ springs on my truck. They are supposedly 14" x 600# vs the 13" 4Runner springs. I also added the Toytec TRD Pro lift (perch & top hat spacer) and 2" superflex rear springs.



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https://www.toyota-4runner.org/3302544-post1239.html





I know Iím late to the follow up but your link isnít working...


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Over the weekend I had my Toytec spacer lift swapped out in favor for the 6112 coils. I gained about 1/2Ē lift in the front and have fallen in love with the feel of the truck now. Itís a more solid feel, much less nosedive under braking and less body roll through turns.

Pics to come!
Was that the full front Toytec from Pro lift? (thicker spring perch under the spring, and 1/4Ē spacer above the strut?

What size tires are you running, and would you mind measuring the height of the fender opening directly above the center of the wheel (from the ground)?

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Looking for some 600lb coils for my TRD pro suspension. Anyone have any leads?
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