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Old 10-22-2012, 02:05 PM   #1
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Bilsteins and Lowering

I had been wanting to lower my 07 Prerunner to standard ride.
First I got the Bil from the forum, they told me to
get 4100 shocks. $300, very nice.
The new shocks made all the usual bumps on the way to work
much softer.
Then I added the lowereing kit from Tundra Racing.
There was some initial confusion since the 4100 are
bigger than the TRD shocks.
They were stand up people and took care of the problems.
I am very happy w/results.
Next come some 18" wheels from 2012.

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Old 10-22-2012, 02:21 PM   #3
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Sorry, I'm not set up to post pics.
W/stk 16" whls and 75 tires, it's
nothing special.
I had an El Camino years ago, loved it!
I do not have before/after mpg,
but it has to have a better cda.

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