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Old 03-20-2011, 03:51 PM   #1
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FS TRD Bilstein Shocks and Coils

These were taken off my 2009 off road at 12k miles and they're just taking up space in my garage. $190 shipped for all, willing to split up, make me an offer. Thanks

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Old 03-22-2011, 06:41 PM   #2
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Old 03-27-2011, 04:24 PM   #3
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$100 plus shipping. Ready to get this out of the garage.
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Old 03-28-2011, 09:27 AM   #4
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can you estimate what shipping would be to 28105 (Charlotte NC)?
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can you estimate what shipping would be to 28105 (Charlotte NC)?
FedEx looks to be around $20 if I ship through work.
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Not to send your thread in a different direction, but take this question as a bump for you too...

Why are you replacing the front coils? I was gonna swap my stock bilsteins with the 5100s, but hadn't even thought about replacing the coils...whats the advantage? Did you just buy a kit that had them in it?
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Not to send your thread in a different direction, but take this question as a bump for you too...

Why are you replacing the front coils? I was gonna swap my stock bilsteins with the 5100s, but hadn't even thought about replacing the coils...whats the advantage? Did you just buy a kit that had them in it?
I installed the Eibach coils so I didn't have to compress the springs as much with the 5100's to get the level of lift that I wanted.
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Not to be a noob, but how much will these raise an access sr5? Anything different that should also be done to it or is it just a basic drop in upgrade?
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Not to be a noob, but how much will these raise an access sr5? Anything different that should also be done to it or is it just a basic drop in upgrade?
These won't give any lift, just an upgrade to the base level/sr5 shocks or for someone to replace thier older worn out set. The rears are basic, but fronts require the use of a spring compressor.

I was listing the coils in case someone upgrading to 5100's wanted to install the coilovers off the truck and swap out themselves to save some labor cost.
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These won't give any lift, just an upgrade to the base level/sr5 shocks or for someone to replace thier older worn out set. The rears are basic, but fronts require the use of a spring compressor.

I was listing the coils in case someone upgrading to 5100's wanted to install the coilovers off the truck and swap out themselves to save some labor cost.
oh well if you can get a shipping quote to b3g1e6 eastern passage nova scotia I will pay shipping if its not too much. Let me know
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Still have them, I'll pay half the shipping costs if it's in the lower 48.

Shipping to Nova Scotia is steep. Using my work discount, FedEx and UPS are both almost $70, USPS is closer to $90. Send me a PM and let me know if there's a better way to ship a heavy package international.
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These are still for sale, $100 and I'll pay half shipping to lower 48.
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Price on rear shocks? Shipping to 29576?

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$30, shipping via FedEx 2 day is $11. So how about $35 to your door?
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I was going to sell mine but seems to be more of a pain than it's worth.
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60 bucks for coils/shocks including shipping?
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