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Old 08-11-2022, 12:40 PM #646
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Trying to figure out the height difference with this suspension mod + 285's...I currently have 5 inches of space between the garage door opening and the top of my Pro roof rack. Calculating the new height, I will be adding 0.6" inches from the lift over stock setup plus the difference in tire diameter from the 265's to 285's. Anything else I need to add into that calculation for the new ride height?

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Hi All, I am not very car savvy and Iím not able to tell if I have the TSB#0094-20 update on my Ď20 TRD Pro. I live in SoCal so itís hard for me to identify the clunking noise due to our warm weather. But since Iíve had the 4Runner, I never heard any clunking noise.

I took a photo of the front spring and Iím wondering if this is enough to identify if I have the update. I really want to purchase Eibach TRD Pro lift..
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mark@eibach stupid me ordered the pre tsb springs and I need the post tsb 2021+ front springs. The vendor will refund but will cost $90 for return shipping ó any chance you can help if I send back front springs to Eibach directly?
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Trying to figure out the height difference with this suspension mod + 285's...I currently have 5 inches of space between the garage door opening and the top of my Pro roof rack. Calculating the new height, I will be adding 0.6" inches from the lift over stock setup plus the difference in tire diameter from the 265's to 285's. Anything else I need to add into that calculation for the new ride height?
Overall, my rack went up a little over an inch, since it is mostly in the back. The 285s will add another inch or inch and a half, depending on brand etc. You may want to change out the UCAs to be able to fit the tires better with more caster as well. I am still sitting at 22 from hub to front fender on both sides and 23 in the back. So, it gave me a a little over an inch over my stock. I am running rock sliders and a full set of aluminum skids as well.
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Overall, my rack went up a little over an inch, since it is mostly in the back. The 285s will add another inch or inch and a half, depending on brand etc. You may want to change out the UCAs to be able to fit the tires better with more caster as well. I am still sitting at 22 from hub to front fender on both sides and 23 in the back. So, it gave me a a little over an inch over my stock. I am running rock sliders and a full set of aluminum skids as well.
285s will add 1/2" over 265s as a general rule. Only half the increase in diameter is below the axle at any one time
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285s will add 1/2" over 265s as a general rule. Only half the increase in diameter is below the axle at any one time
Yeah, my bad. I always go high.
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Put the Eibach springs on with 750 mile on the odometer. Very very happy with the ride quality and 285 KO2's fit with zero trimming. I do get very minor rubbing if I'm turning at lower speeds and hit a bump (for example, hitting the driveway with a little speed), but not enough to even bother trimming as it's a rare occurrence.

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So, I have had a front strut fail and am trying to determine the cause. Has anyone else had an issue with this and the Eibach Springs? I have not seen anything and am still doing research on the cause, but thought I would ask.
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Added the Eibach springs along with 275/70R17 Wildpeaks. Went with the 275's as I wanted to stay within the recommended tire size with the Pro wheels so I have no issues airing down and I didn't want to trim. Also added the Prinsu full rack. Loving the look!
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So how would airing down be a problem with 285ís on Pro wheels? Have two friends with Proís, neither experiencing any issues. More sidewall is a good thing off road.
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Did you install front and back?

Does it feels much different than stock springs?


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Put the Eibach springs on with 750 mile on the odometer. Very very happy with the ride quality and 285 KO2's fit with zero trimming. I do get very minor rubbing if I'm turning at lower speeds and hit a bump (for example, hitting the driveway with a little speed), but not enough to even bother trimming as it's a rare occurrence.

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Eibach Springs

Just got a used 2020 TRD Pro. Want to put on 33s (285/70/17s KO2s)

It has about 45k miles on it. I was also going to inquire about re-building the Fox Shocks, but what's the current verdict on these Eibach springs on stock Fox struts? I do off-roading mainly in Colorado, doing some high mountain passes (Imogene Pass, etc.). Not heavy bouldering. But I wanted to try to avoid rubbing, etc. I know I can cut some things, but I would rather not if I can avoid it. Should I also consider a different UCA? Or would these springs do the trick?

Many thanks, and apologies if this has been asked 3k times. New here.

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That's the kit I used, no UCA needed. I wanted to stay with 265 but have plenty of room. Easy install no spring compressor needed either, caster will be a bit lower but drives perfect.
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