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Old 01-06-2020, 04:47 PM #16
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Hey Ryan a little off topic, but do you know if the TRD fox shocks have different perch settings? I have a set of fully assembled TRD fox shocks, but I am scared to take them apart in order to find out...
They only have one setting.

Update on the springs:

To ensure the Fox shocks really work to their true capability we're only going to be able to lift the front about 1.8". This would make the front and rear level, which looks great on a PRO. Also, if you like the factory rake, you could always add our 1" rear spring.

No UCA needed.

Pricing TBD, but they will not be expensive at all, and a much better solution than spacers.
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Ryan,

thanks for all your help, will be waiting for the part number on these springs. Almost pulled the trigger on the spacers but didn't rally want to go that route, forgot to check your other thread for your updates. Any ETA on release date?
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This is great news Ryan! Let us know the pricing and release date .
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They only have one setting.

Update on the springs:

To ensure the Fox shocks really work to their true capability we're only going to be able to lift the front about 1.8". This would make the front and rear level, which looks great on a PRO. Also, if you like the factory rake, you could always add our 1" rear spring.

No UCA needed.

Pricing TBD, but they will not be expensive at all, and a much better solution than spacers.
Thank you for the reply.

Is this 1.8 inch Taller than a stock TRD pro, so essentially 2.8 inches taller than stock SR5?

Availability?

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Is this 1.8 inch lift total over stock? The TRD pro already has an inch lift, so total 2.8 inches?
No. This is 1.8" of lift on a PRO.
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No. This is 1.8" of lift on a PRO.
Thanks Ryan. To clarify (and I think what the other posterís question is), these springs will lift a Pro 1.8 additional inches, bringing the total lift to ~2.8Ē compared to a stock SR5. Correct?

If so, I know a lot of guys with a 3Ē front lift are running aftermarket upper control arms to be able to get their castor in spec, and many of them are also dropping their front diff. However, I donít know if the control arms on the Fox outfitted Pro are already different than the other trim level trucks.

I really would like a set of these springs as Iíve had Eibach drop springs in the past and have liked them a lot... but If itís going to come along with a new rabbit hole Iím not so sure.
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Thanks Ryan. To clarify (and I think what the other posterís question is), these springs will lift a Pro 1.8 additional inches, bringing the total lift to ~2.8Ē compared to a stock SR5. Correct?

If so, I know a lot of guys with a 3Ē front lift are running aftermarket upper control arms to be able to get their castor in spec, and many of them are also dropping their front diff. However, I donít know if the control arms on the Fox outfitted Pro are already different than the other trim level trucks.

I really would like a set of these springs as Iíve had Eibach drop springs in the past and have liked them a lot... but If itís going to come along with a new rabbit hole Iím not so sure.
I know exactly what heís asking and Iím trying not to answer it and confuse everybody. Thereís just no reason to compare it to non-PRO. Youíre already getting worried about arms because of it even though I said upper arms are not needed ;)

Everything you are concerned about is checked during our R&D process. If you need arms, diff drop, etc etc it will absolutely be mentioned waaaaay in advance. For 1.8Ē of lift itís not necessary.

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I know exactly what heís asking and Iím trying not to answer it and confuse everybody. Thereís just no reason to compare it to non-PRO. Youíre already getting worried about arms because of it even though I said upper arms are not needed ;)

Everything you are concerned about is checked during our R&D process. If you need arms, diff drop, etc etc it will absolutely be mentioned waaaaay in advance. For 1.8Ē of lift itís not necessary.

Hope that helps
Thank you Ryan, that does help.

In my experience Eibach has always been a stand-up company with great products, and I appreciate your willingness to engage with customers/enthusiasts as part of your process.
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I know exactly what heís asking and Iím trying not to answer it and confuse everybody. Thereís just no reason to compare it to non-PRO. Youíre already getting worried about arms because of it even though I said upper arms are not needed ;)

Everything you are concerned about is checked during our R&D process. If you need arms, diff drop, etc etc it will absolutely be mentioned waaaaay in advance. For 1.8Ē of lift itís not necessary.

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Thanks for intentionally avoiding to answer my question.
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Eibach needs a stock TRD PRO in SoCal

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Thanks for intentionally avoiding to answer my question.


He answered you. Itís 1.8Ē or 1Ē higher than the pro set up.


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Thanks for intentionally avoiding to answer my question.
Youíre not very bright, are you?
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They only have one setting.

Update on the springs:

To ensure the Fox shocks really work to their true capability we're only going to be able to lift the front about 1.8". This would make the front and rear level, which looks great on a PRO. Also, if you like the factory rake, you could always add our 1" rear spring.

No UCA needed.

Pricing TBD, but they will not be expensive at all, and a much better solution than spacers.
Please hurry up and take my money! I'd like to keep the factory rake, I think the truck needs that caster up front to not wander and tramline on the freeway so much.

I'll do the 1.8 up front and 1 in the rear please!
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You’re not very bright, are you?
“I’m trying not to answer” From Ryan to me.

He admitted to avoiding a question, I replied to him. End of story. No insults are needed.

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He answered you. It’s 1.8” or 1” higher than the pro set up.


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You misread, it’s 2.8 total over a stock SR5. The pro is already an inch taller. Thess coils are exclusively for pros. Giving them a 1.8 inch increase ( 2.8 inches Total taller than stock)

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You misread, itís 2.8 total over stock as a pro is already an inch taller. This coils are exclusively for pros. Giving them a 1.8 inch increase ( 2.8 inches Total taller than stock)
No offense, but you are completely confusing everybody. As I was reading your latest post I took a call from a PRO owner who read it and was confused.

Most of us know what you are getting at, but you just stated "2.8 inches taller than stock". Everybody with a PRO that does not have any mods is going to call it "stock". My post even said "Eibach needs a stock PRO".

Can we get a mod to clean all this up?

Again, the Eibach specific PRO spring upgrade will lift a TRD PRO 1.8". They will not work on a non-PRO.
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