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Old 08-11-2010, 04:01 PM   #1
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Bilstein 5100 1ST GEN!!! 95.5-04 DSM Update

Hi Everyone,

1st Gen 5100s are currently out of stock.

Per RCD, we likely will not see anymore shocks until sometime in JUNE!!

This is completely out of our control, and not what we wanted either. We apologize for the bad news...

Discount/Coupon codes: DSM5

Remember you will need to register on the site first, before you place your order and then you can use the code...

The 'Coupon Code' box appears in the cart screen, directly above the Sub-total.


As usual, please feel free to call or PM if you have any questions or concerns.

Thank you for your patience!

Marco & Sonny

*5125 Shocks in LONGER lengths also available for more than 2" of lift.
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you guys have great customer service as well as prices

i will def buy my set of bypasses from you guys in a few months

keep up the great work
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i wonder if this should be treated like canned food...
maybe buy a set and put away so you dont starve when things go bad?
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Old 08-12-2010, 07:58 AM   #4
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Good Morning everyone,

Promo code if you want the 5100 fronts and 5125 rears will be

TACO9604-5

Same rules apply for using it....

Thank you,
Have fun..





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Hi Everyone,

We have some great news. The long wait is OVER(almost).
Today when I was at the warehouse picking up our 2nd Gen 5100s, I saw they were checking in & receiving the BE5-D558-T0 1st Gen shocks! We are just waiting to hear how many we get, and they said we should be able to pick them up Monday. We will post them as available on the site by this weekend so you can start placing your orders.

Discount codes:

Fronts Only....TACO9604F

Set of '4' Fronts and Rears....TACO9604

Remember you will need to register on the site first, before you place your order and then you can use the code...

The 'Promo Code' box appears in the cart screen, directly above the Sub-total.

Edit: The Promo codes don't work for the 5125 rears, option. You will need to call us to place your order, we're working on a new code for that.


As usual, please feel free to call or PM if you have any questions or concerns.

Thank you for your patience!

Marco & Sonny


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I'm sorry if this is a dumb question but when would one need the 5125 rears instead of the 5100? Which one would work best for me if I had new leaf springs with 3" lift?
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Everyone who needs these get on this! they were gone in like 2 days last time lol.
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Whooop!!!! Just put my order in for some 5100s up front and 5125s in the rear!!! Sonny and Marco are awesome. Can't wait to get these.
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maybe a dumb question, but if i get the set of all 4 would this fix (or at least greatly help) the axle wrap problem? Or would I need something else?

thanks
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maybe a dumb question, but if i get the set of all 4 would this fix (or at least greatly help) the axle wrap problem? Or would I need something else?

thanks
What are you running in the rear?
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right now I believe its just the stock ones. I just bought the truck and think i have the axle wrap, also I wouldnt mind lifting it a little at the same time so i thought this might work for both

My truck is a 2001 v6 2wd Prerunner, 6 lug ext. cab
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right now I believe its just the stock ones. I just bought the truck and think i have the axle wrap, also I wouldnt mind lifting it a little at the same time so i thought this might work for both

My truck is a 2001 v6 2wd Prerunner, 6 lug ext. cab
I can't really comment on that, only because I have never heard of axle wrap being an issue with stock leafs, no lift. Maybe some other members can help us out here.

The rear 5100s do not provide any lift, but are long enough to accommodate up to a couple of inches of lift. Installing an AAL may help with the issue you're having.
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ah. i was wondering how just shocks themselves would add the height, but im not fully familiar with the tacomas yet.

I may do the AAL, I know its not technically the best option but i dont have a lot of money and its never going to be put through anything other than daily road driving/commuting.
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WOOHOO!!!! Just placed my order for front and rears for my 98. Thanks Sonny!!
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ah. i was wondering how just shocks themselves would add the height, but im not fully familiar with the tacomas yet.

I may do the AAL, I know its not technically the best option but i dont have a lot of money and its never going to be put through anything other than daily road driving/commuting.
I'm sure someone will chime in with more detail, but the rear shocks don't lift at all. Only the fronts provide any lift on their own
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maybe a dumb question, but if i get the set of all 4 would this fix (or at least greatly help) the axle wrap problem? Or would I need something else?

thanks
Not going to do a thing for axle wrap alone.



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I can't really comment on that, only because I have never heard of axle wrap being an issue with stock leafs, no lift. Maybe some other members can help us out here.

The rear 5100s do not provide any lift, but are long enough to accommodate up to a couple of inches of lift. Installing an AAL may help with the issue you're having.
Correct, the rear 5100's will do nothing for the rear without a new set of springs or a AAL. I've found that unless you go with an AAL or a new set of (or different) set of leaf springs the shocks are close to a waste of money. The rear 5100's on stock/used leaf springs do not have much travel unless extended. I'm running stock/worn leaf springs and thing I'm bottoming out the 5100's. Honestly, my axle wrap has gotten worse since adding the 5100's without any change to the leaf springs.
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i ordered all four 5100's this morning and cant wait for them to come in but i am gonna wait for a set of Toytec aal before i have anything installed.
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just placed my order! cant wait!
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received mine today. thanks guys!

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