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Old 05-15-2021, 12:08 AM #1
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2019 SRS suspention on a 2012 Limited ?

Just a quick question about installing 2019 SRS suspension on a 2012 Limited. I have xtreas and its leaking, I want to dump it. Will the 2019 set up fit? I have a person here on t4r that is selling in my area.

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It will fit. How much are you buying the Sr5 suspension? In my area itís really low price or sometimes free.

Personally, I would replace it with something better. Perhaps 2021 trd pro fox take offs or some 5100ís.
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Just a quick question about installing 2019 SRS suspension on a 2012 Limited. I have xtreas and its leaking, I want to dump it. Will the 2019 set up fit? I have a person here on t4r that is selling in my area.

Thanks for your time.
Hi MpJustice,

Ya know you can replace the X-REAS shocks "ONCE" B-4 it becomes mandatory for a full system replacement(?)! I have the same Truck, (25,000 miles on the cluster), but I'm still lovin' the way she hugs the road, round banks at highway speeds! Anyway, that's just one option...! 'Best to you',

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if you are going to replace the xreas with conventional set up remove all the lines and actuators vs just capping. you don't want fluid leaking if those lines corrode in the future. rigtec's solution is also something to consider. a slight leak does NOT mean xreas needs to be entirely removed and reinstalled with all new components

I replaced my xreas front and back, both sides after 152k miles. fronts were not leaking. one of my rears was just starting to weep slightly (no drips or streaks) so I replaced all 4 corners since everything was original from factory. you can replace individual components as long as not too much fluid has been lost and you do it properly. each component comes over pressurized with fluid from the factory and if you use the pintle values properly you can replace a component without fluid loss. the over pressurization will also help offset minor fluid loss if you do have a leak. if you are leaking from the lines or are dripping all over the driveway you need to replace the lines/actuators as well

I took it to a toyota dealer to have this done. I didn't want to even attempt this myself. they were kind enough to bring me into the shop floor and chat directly with an experienced tech who did the work

the truck rides like brand new. I like the stiff ride and cornering feels great, truck is so planted on the corners. I caught mine early before any fluid was lost which is crucial to minimize repair costs. if you like your xreas this is something else to consider instead of scrapping it altogether
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if you are going to replace the xreas with conventional set up remove all the lines and actuators vs just capping. you don't want fluid leaking if those lines corrode in the future. rigtec's solution is also something to consider. a slight leak does NOT mean xreas needs to be entirely removed and reinstalled with all new components

I replaced my xreas front and back, both sides after 152k miles. fronts were not leaking. one of my rears was just starting to weep slightly (no drips or streaks) so I replaced all 4 corners since everything was original from factory. you can replace individual components as long as not too much fluid has been lost and you do it properly. each component comes over pressurized with fluid from the factory and if you use the pintle values properly you can replace a component without fluid loss. the over pressurization will also help offset minor fluid loss if you do have a leak. if you are leaking from the lines or are dripping all over the driveway you need to replace the lines/actuators as well

I took it to a toyota dealer to have this done. I didn't want to even attempt this myself. they were kind enough to bring me into the shop floor and chat directly with an experienced tech who did the work

the truck rides like brand new. I like the stiff ride and cornering feels great, truck is so planted on the corners. I caught mine early before any fluid was lost which is crucial to minimize repair costs. if you like your xreas this is something else to consider instead of scrapping it altogether
If you ditch xreas for normal suspension that are some differences to be aware of.

1.) limited trim has different anti sway bars. Meaning are weaker as xreas is meant to compensate for body roll, dive and squat. So just putting on sr5 components will result in a lot of body roll compared to a stock sr5.

2.) sr5/TRD off/TRD pro All share the same rear spring part number. The limited trim rear spring has a different part number.
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