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Old 11-10-2011, 09:14 PM   #1
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TRD Baja edition shocks

How much do you guys think the stealers will charge for a set of shocks off the 2012 trd Baja tacoma? I like the way they look but I'm thinking it's going to cost a lot. Looks similar to bilstein 5100 with new coils...I wonder if it's the coil that gives the Baja edition a lift or combination of shock/coil. I'm guessing I'll be better off going another route but the idea of an oem lift sounds nice
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Too much. Skip them and go the 5100 route.
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@whippersnapper02 your sema pics got me wanting these lol
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Really? My pics didn't get me wanting them or the truck itself.
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Old 11-10-2011, 09:26 PM   #6
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Someone get me part numbers and ill get my cost on them!!!
So $2000 still?

Check my sema pics. Maybe you can see the part numbers there.
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At Leafy Leafs Shock Shack.
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Checked no part numbers there!!!
someone get this man a part #!
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Looks to me like it's just a TRD Offroad with some extra decals, rims and BFG AT's
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the rears are 5165.. i got em in my truck... check my build, something like 300 for both rear and the front seem to be just 5100
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Just purchased a new set of the Gunmetal Baja Wheels from the local Toyota dealer. $1000.00. will be installing them on my 2012 white /sport. Local dealer says he can order the entire Baja Suspension kit, includes springs, front and rear shocks, and bump stops. $1500.00. All he needed was a Vin.# from a Baja and they had a white one on the lot. looks great, but the graphics would have to go.
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Just installed wheels/ tires today. Let me know what you think. I have a little over $2100.00 in the wheels, tires, lugnuts, install. You don't have to buy the Toyota lugs, Just get 12mm, conical seat, spline drive. Toyota wanted $135.00 for the set, I paid $47.00 for the set and tool.

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There is a dealer in NJ that can sell you the entire Baja suspension (includes bump stops, brake line bracket, etc...) for $1550. No vin needed
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I still have not been able to settle on what type of lift to get and this is an option.

This is the list of stuff they said is included:

Front shocks
Front Springs
Front Jounce Bumper Spacer
Front Jounce Bumper
Rear Shocks
Rear Brake Line Spacer

Doesn't it need new brake lines? I thought the Baja came with a different leaf pack (or at least an add a leaf)?
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I still have not been able to settle on what type of lift to get and this is an option.

This is the list of stuff they said is included:

Front shocks
Front Springs
Front Jounce Bumper Spacer
Front Jounce Bumper
Rear Shocks
Rear Brake Line Spacer

Doesn't it need new brake lines? I thought the Baja came with a different leaf pack (or at least an add a leaf)?
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The brake lines are the same from what I have read. There is something different about the brake line bracket and it is included in the kit.

Here is what I found on the leaf packs: (looks like they used the regular 4 leaf pack)

"In the rear, the TRD team selected the three-leaf (plus one overload leaf) spring pack used in Tacoma towing packages, which provides a 10-mm increase in rear ride height."



My kit will be here on Friday, I can post some pics when it comes in
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Just installed wheels/ tires today. Let me know what you think. I have a little over $2100.00 in the wheels, tires, lugnuts, install. You don't have to buy the Toyota lugs, Just get 12mm, conical seat, spline drive. Toyota wanted $135.00 for the set, I paid $47.00 for the set and tool.

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Love these wheels!! Where did you get them? Looks sick! What size tires?
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The brake lines are the same from what I have read. There is something different about the brake line bracket and it is included in the kit.

Here is what I found on the leaf packs: (looks like they used the regular 4 leaf pack)

"In the rear, the TRD team selected the three-leaf (plus one overload leaf) spring pack used in Tacoma towing packages, which provides a 10-mm increase in rear ride height."



My kit will be here on Friday, I can post some pics when it comes in
Please do! I'm super curious to know your opinion of the suspension vs. stock once you have it installed.
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Please do! I'm super curious to know your opinion of the suspension vs. stock once you have it installed.
i will post up my opinion of the toytec ulk vs. baja, because i only had the stock suspension for a very short amount of time when i first bought my truck.

you should be able to find a local dealer with a baja. i would pretend to be interested and go take one for a spin to see how you like it
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