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Old 05-20-2019, 03:00 PM #16
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Anybody have a review or pics with these 1"-1.5" installed yet?

So close to ordering, but I don't want it sagging below 1" after installation.

Thanks!

We were hoping to see the same thing! Post up the goods everyone
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I noticed that this was the last three talking about these springs. There are no reviews anywhere that I could find. Is anyone running these? Iím looking for as close to stock as possible. I donít carry anything in the rear, so close to stock is preferred.

Kind of sketchy I canít find any reviews of a product from such a well known company.
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I noticed that this was the last three talking about these springs. There are no reviews anywhere that I could find. Is anyone running these? Iím looking for as close to stock as possible. I donít carry anything in the rear, so close to stock is preferred.

Kind of sketchy I canít find any reviews of a product from such a well known company.

these are newer springs that is why but this would be as close to stock as anything else on the market!
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What r the major differences between the 3 again? I'm an 80on-road/20off-road guy and have 6112/5160 set up (with ICONS in the rear). Do any of the springs above offer a smoother on-road driving experience?
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in comparison to icon no, but they are more suited towards bilstein products that utilize factory springs for a softer ride.
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I've recently purchased a 6112 / 5160 setup for my 2019 Off Road. I have the 6112 product number 47-281202. Apparently it is the medium duty version of the 6112s and it is set at 1.5" which is the lowest setting. However since I don't have any added weight I think it gave me more of an 2.5" lift since I now have a negative rake (the front is 3/4" higher than the rear). The rear has the 5160 with factory coils. So now I'm looking to purchase some B12 coils and was wondering which would be best suited for the 6112 kit, 47-281202. What's the difference between the three different sets (besides stated ride height)? I've gone back and forth with Bilstein and they don't seem to know much at all about their products. The three coils in question are: 36-281817, 36-281824 and 36-281831. I'm leaning towards the heavy duty ones (36-281831) since they would more closely match the coils on the 6112s up front. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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I've recently purchased a 6112 / 5160 setup for my 2019 Off Road. I have the 6112 product number 47-281202. Apparently it is the medium duty version of the 6112s and it is set at 1.5" which is the lowest setting. However since I don't have any added weight I think it gave me more of an 2.5" lift since I now have a negative rake (the front is 3/4" higher than the rear). The rear has the 5160 with factory coils. So now I'm looking to purchase some B12 coils and was wondering which would be best suited for the 6112 kit, 47-281202. What's the difference between the three different sets (besides stated ride height)? I've gone back and forth with Bilstein and they don't seem to know much at all about their products. The three coils in question are: 36-281817, 36-281824 and 36-281831. I'm leaning towards the heavy duty ones (36-281831) since they would more closely match the coils on the 6112s up front. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Do you have 600 or 650lb front springs? No heavy duty rear springs will match your front ones. The 600lb are fantastic on road and okay off-road where they are too soft for either more speed or more rocks, the 650lb are great offroad and pretty good but not plush on road. Any heavy duty rear springs will make the rear far stiffer than the front, even if you have 650lb springs.

The heavy duty rear springs, any such springs, are only suited to vehicles with heavy permanent weight such as full size rear steel bumpers with a big, heavy tire etc.

If you put heavy duty rear springs without several hundred pounds of permanent extra rear weight, you will get the dump truck ride.

I have 6112 with 650 lb springs + Icon 2.0 with 206lb springs and the rear is a bit too stiff unless fully loaded. I might go to the softer Bilstein rear springs for increased kids and dog comfort offroad.
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Do you have 600 or 650lb front springs? No heavy duty rear springs will match your front ones. The 600lb are fantastic on road and okay off-road where they are too soft for either more speed or more rocks, the 650lb are great offroad and pretty good but not plush on road. Any heavy duty rear springs will make the rear far stiffer than the front, even if you have 650lb springs.

The heavy duty rear springs, any such springs, are only suited to vehicles with heavy permanent weight such as full size rear steel bumpers with a big, heavy tire etc.

If you put heavy duty rear springs without several hundred pounds of permanent extra rear weight, you will get the dump truck ride.

I have 6112 with 650 lb springs + Icon 2.0 with 206lb springs and the rear is a bit too stiff unless fully loaded. I might go to the softer Bilstein rear springs for increased kids and dog comfort offroad.
Thanks for the info, it's much appreciated. Wheelers Off Road says that the 6112 kit 47-281202 are 700lb coils. No one else states it or seems to know. The coil weights for the three Bilstein B12 rear coils are a mystery.

Bilstein said that the 1" and 1.5" coils are 10% stiffer than stock just as an fyi.
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Thanks for the info, it's much appreciated. Wheelers Off Road says that the 6112 kit 47-281202 are 700lb coils. No one else states it or seems to know. The coil weights for the three Bilstein B12 rear coils are a mystery.

Bilstein said that the 1" and 1.5" coils are 10% stiffer than stock just as an fyi.
Well, I did not know they offered that either. That would be heavy duty vs medium duty for 650 and light duty for 600.

Without a front bumper, the 700lb will be too stiff. The 650 is just right with full skid plate package and sliders.
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@battleborn offroad are the B12 Spring Kits (36-281824)
Bilstein B12 Rear Spring Kit
03-20 4Runner, 07-14 FJ Cruiser
5th Gen 1.5" / 4th Gen 2" / FJ 1.5" back in stock still? just placed an order, thanks!
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