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Old 06-04-2021, 04:33 PM #1
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Winch installed and

Installed a winch yesterday did the measurements and the it sagged 3/4 inch. From 23 to 22-1/4 inch. Im running toytec ultimate lift kit with adjustable coilovers ( old version) The question is should I adjust them to go back to 23 inch maybe 23-1/2 or go with bilstein 6112 as an upgrade. What do you think?
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New coils because adding more preload is just going to make the ride stiff.
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How important is " to you?
Will you now have to use the winch because of the installation?

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3/4 inch is not that bad hopefully its not gonna gag more, and of course i will use the winch the thing is that besides winch I also have slimline steel bumper and heavy sliders, thats why Im not sure if those coilovers will handle all the weight.
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Your call. We went with 700 lb coils with our coilovers because we knew the bumper and winch were coming soon. I’d probably leave it unless it really bugs you.
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Installed a winch yesterday did the measurements and the it sagged 3/4 inch. From 23 to 22-1/4 inch. I’m running toytec ultimate lift kit with adjustable coilovers ( old version) The question is should I adjust them to go back to 23 inch maybe 23-1/2 or go with bilstein 6112 as an upgrade. What do you think?
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As others have mentioned, you just have to upgrade to heavier coils if you don't mind the rake.

Now, whether or not you 'NEED" to upgrade your coils, is find the crappiest road near you with lots of potholes, and see if you bottom out easily. If you do, then you probably need to upgrade your coils. another way, is to push up and down on your bumper, and if its easy to move up and down with just your body weight..you probably need to upgrade your coils. Or go offroading, and if you get thrown all over the inside of your car like a pinada..you need to upgrade your coils...lol.
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The bumper go easy up and down with my body weight at 190 )
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Winch installed and

Ive got a similar problem with my 6112s... Im trying to find heavier coils other than the ones (600lbs???) that came with my kit from Yotamafia. I am on the Bilstein site now...But, who else (King? Icon?) makes heavier coils that match the 6112s?

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Ive got a similar problem with my 6112s... Im trying to find heavier coils other than the ones (600lbs???) that came with my kit from Yotamafia. I am on the Bilstein site now...But, who else (King? Icon?) makes heavier coils that match the 6112s?

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Look at Eibach. They are available in 650# or 700# depending on what other weight you have. However, I had those coil overs some years ago and I though they came with a 650# coil? That's how I ended up with 700# on my rig. I think there is a part number stamped on the coils you could look up



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Ive got a similar problem with my 6112s... Im trying to find heavier coils other than the ones (600lbs???) that came with my kit from Yotamafia. I am on the Bilstein site now...But, who else (King? Icon?) makes heavier coils that match the 6112s?

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I had the same problem. I have the same lift that you do also. I was able to switch out the steel cable for a synthetic line and I gained back my sag from the weight difference.
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Although not the OP, thanks for the info/answers as well. I spent some time over on the Taco forums and theres a 6112 coil upgrade debate over 650s and 700s. Looks like Bilstein doesnt recommend the 700s unless you have the 8112 coils, but... apparently Eibach 700 will work. ...isnt Bilstein also Eibach?


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