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Old 10-08-2020, 01:14 AM #16
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Pretty certain thatís exactly what he did and nothing more.

I say that because I asked Dallas these same questions in a different thread. 4 Eibach springs and a set of 285/70/17ís. Thatís it. Eibach makes a specific set of springs for the TRDP w/ Fox shocks.

It was his pics (same as above) that sold me 100% on Eibach springs, running 285ís on stock TRDP wheels.

The 285ís v. 275ís on stock TRDP wheels had been a bit of a dilemma for me. Lots of mixed messages on this site about that. As you can see from those pics above, seems to work just fine. Iíll be doing the same. My Eibach springs are inbound currently.
I don't have any rubbing now on road that I removed wheel spacers. I haven't tested things off road yet.
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Eibach springs

How's the performance of the springs? And is it easy to install? I just purchased some, and was wondering if I should do it myself or take it somewhere.
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Could the Eibach TRD pro coils be installed on a stock ORP? Besides the lift, any potential upside or downside? May be a silly question but I Have little knowledge on suspension. Thanks.
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Could the Eibach TRD pro coils be installed on a stock ORP? Besides the lift, any potential upside or downside? May be a silly question but I Have little knowledge on suspension. Thanks.
No, you need the trd pro fox shocks.
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No, you need the trd pro fox shocks.
I think it would be more accurate to say that 2.5" shocks are required, not the fox shocks, at least for the 19/20 version of the shock. Otherwise, other coils wouldn't be compatible with the shocks, ie Icon 158504's or Kings. The lower spring perch on the '21 has changed, which seems to limit aftermarket offerings further to only the Westcott "not-a-spacer" or the Eibach redesign forthcoming.
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I think it would be more accurate to say that 2.5" shocks are required, not the fox shocks, at least for the 19/20 version of the shock. Otherwise, other coils wouldn't be compatible with the shocks, ie Icon 158504's or Kings. The lower spring perch on the '21 has changed, which seems to limit aftermarket offerings further to only the Westcott "not-a-spacer" or the Eibach redesign forthcoming.
Correct, thanks for clarification. I believe Eibach has mentioned newer spring design for the Ď21 later this year.
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Since the lower spring perch changed on the 21' model, would the TRD Pro Fox kit part # PTR61- 89210 work on my 2019 TRD Off Road ?


Never mind !

I just found out that the spring perch is on the coilover & they will fit my OR.
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Hey guys, I am considering the 2021 TRD Fox suspension that comes stock on 2021 TRD Pros for my 2019 ORP. I like reputation, fitment, and looks. 2 questions. First, what size lift will I get in the front and rear? I want to fit 285/70/17 tires on 0 offset wheels? I have spidertrax currently and dont mind some body work. Second, what other parts do I need (i.e. diff drop kit, rear springs, etc.)?
Iím considering this as well. I just got a 2021 ORP and I plan to run 265 ko2s I just would about an inch of lift in the front with a little Better handling and less nose dive on braking. I was debating between bilstein 6112s or getting a used pair of fox TRD pros front take offs.
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2021 TRD Pro Fox suspension as an aftermarket option

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Iím considering this as well. I just got a 2021 ORP and I plan to run 265 ko2s I just would about an inch of lift in the front with a little Better handling and less nose dive on braking. I was debating between bilstein 6112s or getting a used pair of fox TRD pros front take offs.

I put fox trd shocks on my 21 trail. Night and day difference. Well worth it


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