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Old 05-16-2010, 10:35 PM   #1
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SOLD: Very Lightly Used Rear Bilstein 5100s **Reduced**

For 2nd Gen Tacoma-

I have moved to a full OME Lift on the front and rear, so I will not need these. These are in GREAT condition and have a Whopping 546 miles on them. These coils and 5100s are assembled at 0, giving you 1.6" of lift from the coil. The ride is superb.

With the strut mounts and bushings already installed, this will save you time and labor. Simply remove your coilovers and pop these right in.

1) Eibach / Bilstein 5100 Assembly = $475 + shipping SOLD
2) Eibach 5100 Rear set = $140 + shipping Reduced to $120 + shipping - SOLD



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Maybe I'm just uneducated, but it seems like you're asking a lot? good luck though and I am sure someone will appreciate them! Great unit.
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190 for the shocks
150 for the coils
180 for the strut mount and hardware
that's 520 worth of parts, not including the labor to install. The are practically brand new, so at $475, that's a good price.
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Okay so new 5100s from Wheelers is about $180 for the pair, and the Eibach springs go for about $170 from Toytec... thats roughly $350 bucks I think you are indeed asking a little too much for that price you can almost buy some good Coilovers so yeah lower the bar a little and you might get some offers

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Okay so new 5100s from Wheelers is about $180 for the pair, and the Eibach springs go for about $170 from Toytec... thats roughly $350 bucks I think you are indeed asking a little too much for that price you can almost buy some good Coilovers so yeah lower the bar a little and you might get some offers

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Price a strut mount for each shock and cushions and stop hardware to go with it. That's $180 worth of OEM parts. If you add that to your price of $350, you'll see why they are prices the way they are.
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Man, people are all about cutting a guy down around here. I don't think I've ever been to a forum where people will outright tell you that your price is too high, thereby screwing you over for any chance of a sale.

If the guy's price is too high, don't you think that he'll figure it out if no offers come in?

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Old 05-16-2010, 11:12 PM   #7
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Man, people are all about cutting a guy down around here. I don't think I've ever been to a forum where people will outright tell you that your price is too high, thereby screwing you over for any chance of a sale.

If the guy's price is too high, don't you think that he'll figure it out if no offers come in?

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good point eltaco. All they had to do was the math before posting. It is broken down above.
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People tend to forget that the top plates and mounting hardware are not free.

At any rate, here's a bump for what I would assume is a phenomenal riding coilover.

For the record, I have Eibach springs and 5100s, just a bit higher. I absolutely love them. Any potential buyer will not be disappointed.
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telling that it is high in price makes them a good member
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telling that it is high in price makes them a good member
LOL, I think you are confusing the words "member" and "tool" again.
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i think 400 is fair
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how harsh is the ride with it?

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For 2nd Gen Tacoma-

I have moved to a full OME Lift on the front and rear, so I will not need these. These are in GREAT condition and have a Whopping 546 miles on them. These coils and 5100s are assembled at 0, giving you 1.6" of lift from the coil. The ride is superb.

With the strut mounts and bushings already installed, this will save you time and labor. Simply remove your coilovers and pop these right in.

1) Eibach / Bilstein 5100 Assembly = $475 + shipping
2) Eibach 5100 Rear set = $140 + shipping

Money Order or PP Please.

Thanks

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Eibach 5100 Rear set?

yeeeeeah...no such thing....bilstein 5100 rear
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Man, people are all about cutting a guy down around here. I don't think I've ever been to a forum where people will outright tell you that your price is too high, thereby screwing you over for any chance of a sale.

If the guy's price is too high, don't you think that he'll figure it out if no offers come in?

/end rant.

Well no offers so far
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Old 05-17-2010, 12:16 AM   #17
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I want the rear 5100s but if I say the price is a lil too high since they r used, I'm afraid more than one person here will say something negative.

Good luck selling at that price though.
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o0o damn it..why do these deals come up right after i spend my check...bump for a great price..$300 for the front and back shocks, $100+ on springs(not quite sure, but pretty sure they cost more), plus all the hardware..and it being fully assembled....this price cannot be beat..and at any rate..you could install these bad boys yourself and save money on paying for labor.. one hell of a deal..if i didn't just spend all my money on fishing gear i would have bought this already..
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dude in 2 weeks if they are still for sale i will pick them up. thats a good deal.
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Question.

If the ride was 'superb', what was the motivation to 'upgrade' after only 546 miles?

Curious, because that was one set-up i had been considering in the future.
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