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Old 12-02-2012, 01:58 PM   #1
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ICON 2.5 piggyback rear shocks 4 runner/fj cruiser 600 obo

sorry to mods and members last thread got closed i have pics now............


i have a set of used icon 2.5 piggyback rear shocks these shocks fit 03 and up 4 runners as well as 07 and up fj cruisers these shocks are used but still in excellent working condition they come with hardware/spacer kit these shocks retail for 440 a piece i will let the set go for 600 obo need these gone asap email me with questions or for more pictures cbailiff86@gmail.com emails go to my phone so i will answer back quickly located in so cal local pickups only will not ship

EXTENDED LENGTH 25 1/4"
COLLAPSED LENGTH 16"

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2.5" Diameter Shock Body
5" PiggyBack Reservoir
Reservoir Stem prevents shock rotation
Stem to Eye Construction ensures OE fitment and easy installation
Lower COM12 Spherical Bearing for longevity and minimal deflection
100% Rebuildable and Revalvable
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Old 12-02-2012, 02:09 PM   #2
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Where these run on a Tacoma?
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Old 12-02-2012, 02:42 PM   #3
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No they were not run on a tacoma ... I realize this is not a tacoma specific part but i figured someone on here would want them for there wifes ride or they would know someone who wants them thanks for looking!
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These will fit on a tacoma.
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These will fit on a tacoma.
x2, they will be fine.
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Old 12-02-2012, 09:50 PM   #6
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These will fit on a tacoma.
Different valving. They wouldn't work that well with a Tacoma. Leaf pack vs coil spring.
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Valved for different weight too? Prob be pretty stiff but I'd re-valve them lighter!
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They will not fit on a Tacoma as is, completely different rodends and hiem spacers. If you really want to make them fit you would have to order a different set of hiem spacers.

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So I bought these and bolted them up to my 12' Taco and wanna share my findings in case anybody else runs across this in the future:
* They do bolt right up but you'll need the Hiem spacers for a Icon Tacoma shock
* The valving is not severe like people have mentioned
* You will need to flatten the back portion of the lower shock mount so that the shock rod end fits into place and the bolt hole lines up

My valving comparison is based on the Walker Evans I had on the rear prior to installing these Icons. The Icons are no worse or no better than my Walkers in terms of stiffness but I can't blame that strictly on either shock in part because I'm running an ALL Pro standard 3" leaf pack already. It might just be that the leaf pack is extra stiff but because I installed this setup (leaf pack and Walkers) when my truck barely had around 400 miles I don't have a baseline to go off of. In any case if the stiffness bothers me I will send them to Icon for a re-valving and probably get the rod ends replaced while they're there.
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Old 12-06-2012, 08:10 PM   #12
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I'd re-valve so they ride like butter, lol!

You like them?
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I'd re-valve so they ride like butter, in the desert lol!

Then You'll like them?

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