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Is $500 for a 2017 TRDP suspension a good price?

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Seems high for Oem suspension folks are taking off

I want to change my reply. Initially I thought this was TRD off road but now I realize itís for TRD Pro Bilstein suspension.

I got mine ~ $700 from Ď18 ~ 5000 miles. Actually $500 is not bad for 20k miles. I would offer the guy $350 for the higher miles.
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I offered $350, but they just sold today. Seller said he'd reach out if it doesn't go through. Man, I really wanted them. If anyone knows where to get a TRD Pro bilstein suspension, please let me know. Thanks, everyone.
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why not look for a comparable setup like bilstein 6112/5160? instead of netting 1" from the TRD Pro you can get up to 2.5". and trust me 2.5 is not a lot.
or look at Dobinsons setup if youre on a budget.

theres nothing fancy about the Bilstein TRD Pro setup. the FOX TRD Pro setup might be different? i dont know i havent really looked into it.

good luck with your search. you're bound to find more used setups.
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Is $500 for a 2017 TRDP suspension a good price?

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why not look for a comparable setup like bilstein 6112/5160? instead of netting 1" from the TRD Pro you can get up to 2.5". and trust me 2.5 is not a lot.
or look at Dobinsons setup if youre on a budget.

theres nothing fancy about the Bilstein TRD Pro setup. the FOX TRD Pro setup might be different? i dont know i havent really looked into it.

good luck with your search. you're bound to find more used setups.

The 6112/5160 was the route I was going to take. Then when I saw the low mileage Ď18 pro setup, well I wanted to give it a try.

Iím not into overlanding as much as I am more into Oem TRD stuff. Itís a family hauler limited with TRD looks. So far itís working out fine with CF 2/1.5 leveling kit.

But Iím really itching for the entry level king setup.

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Is the OEM TRDP 6112 height adjustable like the retail version? I know a lot of people were taking it off to get more lift.

If it isn't, that alone would be enough for me to pass on an OEM take-off suspension.

It looks like Wheelers is also running 25% off stuff right now... might be worth looking into.

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Is the OEM TRDP 6112 height adjustable like the retail version? I know a lot of people were taking it off to get more lift.

If it isn't, that alone would be enough for me to pass on an OEM take-off suspension.

It looks like Wheelers is also running 25% off stuff right now... might be worth looking into.

Bilstein 6112

My TRD pro Bilstein suspension is not adjustable. There is one adjustment clip but itís only 1/4 for the driver side.
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My TRD pro Bilstein suspension is not adjustable. There is one adjustment clip but itís only 1/4 for the driver side.

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Thanks for that info... I suspected the same, and is another reason I would be hesitant to jump on the OEM stuff unless a lift is of no interest to you, then it's a decent deal for $500 if it came with front and rear shocks + springs.

The 6112 is a pretty awesome shock, I run them in the front on my 4th gen, but also used the spring perch adjustments to lift the truck.
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Thanks for that info... I suspected the same, and is another reason I would be hesitant to jump on the OEM stuff unless a lift is of no interest to you, then it's a decent deal for $500 if it came with front and rear shocks + springs.

The 6112 is a pretty awesome shock, I run them in the front on my 4th gen, but also used the spring perch adjustments to lift the truck.

Then there are CF spacers Is 0 for a 2017 TRDP suspension a good price?
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I would say no because I got spoiled when I bought the FJ Ultimate Trail Teams TRD suspension (PTR13-35140) for $500 from a Toyota dealer. It's similar to the 4Runner TRD Pro suspension except the coil springs are longer and slightly higher rate.
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I would say no because I got spoiled when I bought the FJ Ultimate Trail Teams TRD suspension (PTR13-35140) for $500 from a Toyota dealer. It's similar to the 4Runner TRD Pro suspension except the coil springs are longer and slightly higher rate.
Now that you mention it... I do feel like my front coils could use a small bump up in spring rate.

That said, I did buy mine before they started offering different rates on the 6112.
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Update: the original buyer flaked. Never showed up. I swooped in and picked it up for $400. I might have been able to get a lower price had I been more aggressive, but I'd be punching a wall if I missed out over $50 and had to wait for the next set to pop up locally. Super excited to do the install.

Time to shop for RGs, although not feeling great about my wife greenlighting that purchase anytime soon. It'd be a shame... if I blew a Dunlop while offroading... Southern Utah has some sharp terrain. If anyone has any pointers on how to not blow a tire, I'm all ears.
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It'd be a shame... if I blew a Dunlop while offroading... Southern Utah has some sharp terrain. If anyone has any pointers on how to not blow a tire, I'm all ears.
Run a lower air pressure off-road
Buy a tire that has thicker sidewalls if you go often.

When I go off-road, I expect to damage something. I don't do it intentionally but I'm not going to sit there and act surprised if I do. Just do a better job of preparing for it, because it's not if, but when. Air compressor, patch kit, green slime, breaker bar, valve stems, maintained spare...

Hopefully you like the 6112 shocks. They have been good to me.
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so do you plan to run them stock trd pro or are you going to level

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Update: the original buyer flaked. Never showed up. I swooped in and picked it up for $400. I might have been able to get a lower price had I been more aggressive, but I'd be punching a wall if I missed out over $50 and had to wait for the next set to pop up locally. Super excited to do the install.

Time to shop for RGs, although not feeling great about my wife greenlighting that purchase anytime soon. It'd be a shame... if I blew a Dunlop while offroading... Southern Utah has some sharp terrain. If anyone has any pointers on how to not blow a tire, I'm all ears.
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