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Old 01-03-2012, 05:31 PM   #1
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Is this a good Price for a leveling kit?

Got this quote for a 2012 installed with 5100 all around and a AAL. Does this sound like a good deal? How much did you pay?


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Ln Ord Ship B/O Part Number Description Avl Price Amount
***** ALL Zones, Pick Ticket 1 of 1 *****
001 2012 TOYOTA TACOMA
002 2 2 2 BIL 24-186711 BILSTEIN 510 94.99 189.98
003 2 2 2 BIL 24-186728 TACOMA 4WD/P 73.99 147.98
004 1 1 1 SHO 2-1017 SHOCKS/STABI 0.00 0.00
004 Labor Total 270.00

005 1 1 0 SHO 4-1005 ALIGNMENT 0.00 0.00
005 Labor Total 90.00

006 1 1 3 EXP 13120 ADD-A-LEAF K 34.99 34.99
007 1 1 1 SHO 2-1001 ADD-A-LEAF/O 0.00 0.00
007 Labor Total 135.00
008 LUBES/CLEANERS/HDW 20.00


Total is 886.97 Before taxes
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Old 01-03-2012, 06:01 PM   #2
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Half of that is labor. Just DIY.
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Old 01-03-2012, 08:10 PM   #3
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The install is pretty easy......hardest part is getting the shocks swaped to the springs. Any shop can do it though for a fee. Not giving you a hard time if you have someone else do the work but will save you some coin and fun to learn more about the truck. Its really all about loosening "a few" bolts and swaping the parts! The how to's are sticky's in the suspension section. Good luck man, you'll really like the ride and the stance!
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Do it yourself.
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Old 01-04-2012, 03:14 PM   #5
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Thanks everyone, I may or may not do the install my self. I need to find a friend that has a garage and tool. I will post pics once its been completed either way.
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Old 01-04-2012, 06:53 PM   #6
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I just had 5100s put on all the way around for $150 labor and $280 for the shocks so $430 total. I have the lifetime alignment at Firestone so just did the alignment there.
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Old 01-04-2012, 09:35 PM   #7
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Where did you go to get those prices??
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DIY its like 40 bucks to have a shop put your coils on the new shock and then just shove em in there
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Old 01-05-2012, 02:57 PM   #10
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In Broomfield, about an hour north of Denver
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I did mine in a smaller town outside of DFW....in DFW, 4 wheel parts wanted $280 labor. The shocks I got from Downsouth Motorsports on here.
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Old 01-13-2012, 08:36 AM   #12
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I finally pulled the trigger and brought my Truck in this morning to have the lift\wheels\tires\tint done today
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In Broomfield, about an hour north of Denver
My brow used to live there if I was able to get there anytime soon n u had the tools I would've helped u
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I finally pulled the trigger and brought my Truck in this morning to have the lift\wheels\tires\tint done today
Sorry I just saw this. We could have done it at my house. What shop did you use? I will need tint done.

Yours is looking good. I have an SR5 MGM coming in by the end of the month. Hopefully this Friday. I have Toytec coil overs from my FJ for the front. Trying to decide what is best for the back.
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