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Old 02-17-2010, 06:22 AM   #1
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FS: Walker Evans Racing 2.0 coilovers

These are SOLD!

These were bought thinking they would fit on my 4WD FJ Cruiser, but it didn't work out (they don't clear my front axles). They're for a Tacoma 2005+
The previous owner said they had about 3k street miles on them. I was never able to install them.

These are fully rebuildable. No leaks, physical damage, or obvious abnormalities. All Pro Offroad is selling these for $699 new - I just want to get back some of what I paid so I am not totally burned on this.




Looking for $300 ** OR BEST OFFER ** + shipping.

They probably weigh about 4-50lbs? Estimate shipping from 06776 to you based on that, we'll work it out.
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Old 02-17-2010, 11:07 AM   #3
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Hadn't thought about it - whatcha got?
I have an FJ Cruiser so truck parts might not work out.

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Holy crap that's a good deal!

Are you looking for any trades?
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Hadn't thought about it - whatcha got?
I have an FJ Cruiser so truck parts might not work out.
like new EMU 886 coils on Bilistien 5100...they might work with the fj. If you interested I can do some checking.
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like new EMU 886 coils on Bilistien 5100...they might work with the fj. If you interested I can do some checking.
hmm I think they do work, but since these didn't work out I got the right ones on there now. Sorry!!
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hmm I think they do work, but since these didn't work out I got the right ones on there now. Sorry!!
Oh cool, well good luck with the sale. At that price I don't think you will have to wait long
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Sold!
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i'm running these as well, but mine has red coils....weird
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How do these compare to saws or kings?
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No idea, especially since I don't roll a Taco - but they're all high end coilover setups. King, SAW, Icon, Fox, Walker Evans - I don't think you could go wrong with any of them.

Someone explained the differences between each brand to me in depth and without elaborating (e.g. talking out my wazoo) the decision I came to was Sway-A-Way.
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How do these compare to saws or kings?
Saw a thread where MJP2 blew one of walker evans coilovers, I am not sure how good the quality is on those things.
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Saw a thread where MJP2 blew one of walker evans coilovers, I am not sure how good the quality is on those things.
mjp2 also cracked a UCA and more recently broke his spindle or some shit...he's definately an extreme case. i've been running these on my truck for about 1 1/2 years and no issues, including wheeling. also nice if u actually run a swaybar b/c u dont have to use any relocation mounts for it
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What did you set them to and whats your rear assembly? I'm installing these with the Burgs and a set of deavers, do i need a sway bar? Just want a smoothe stree ride with the ability to get me wherever.
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What did you set them to and whats your rear assembly? I'm installing these with the Burgs and a set of deavers, do i need a sway bar? Just want a smoothe stree ride with the ability to get me wherever.
mine are set to just over 3" b/c of the bumper. i'm running 3" AP leafs and the matching WE shocks for the rear. i'm not running a sway bar anymore. only time i notice a difference is taking a sharp turn fast
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so it appears that they are the all pro offroad upgraded 650 # coils. May be a bit stiff for me. Anyone have nice coils that provide a smoothe ride that may want to trade?
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Where did you get the top bracket for those? Did they come with the shocks? Sorry for the hijack
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so it appears that they are the all pro offroad upgraded 650 # coils. May be a bit stiff for me. Anyone have nice coils that provide a smoothe ride that may want to trade?
Ill trade you my 5100 and 886 coils for these.
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