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Old 08-02-2012, 10:59 AM   #1
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2nd Gen Tacoma shock info compilation

Id like to make a compilation of shock info for 2nd gens.

To start I'd like to by confirming this is the factory installed TRD shock.

Can anyone confirm? If anyone finds any incorrect info or typos let me know.

FRONT TRD FACTORY SHOCK


46mm Monotube Shock Absorber
Internal Design: Monotube
Collapsed Length: 17.1 in / 434.3 mm
Extended Length: 22.17 in / 563 mm
Boot Included: Blue straight
Mounting Kit: B4-KT1-Z237A01
Spring Seat: Replaceable (E4-FT1-Z011A03)
Finish: Yellow paint
Supercedes: F4-BE5-C513-H1
Part #: 24-188401




REAR TRD FACTORY SHOCK



Monotube Shock Absorber
Series: 4600 Series; 6 Lug Wheel; Rear; 46mm Monotube Shock Absorber
Internal Design: Monotube
Collapsed Length: 13.98 in / 355 mm
Extended Length: 22.94 in / 582.7 mm
Boot Included: Blue straight
Mounting Kit: B4-KT1-Z008A00
Spring Seat: No
Finish: Yellow paint
Supercedes: F4-BE5-C515-H0
Part #: 24-186056



FRONT 5100 BILSTEIN



Monotube Shock Absorber
Series: 5100 Series (Ride Height Adjustable); Front Lifted Height: 0-2.5"; Front; 46mm Monotube Shock Absorber
Internal Design: Monotube
Collapsed Length: 17.03 in / 432.5 mm
Extended Length: 22.56 in / 573 mm
Boot Included: Black straight
Mounting Kit: B4-KT1-Z237A01
Spring Seat: Replaceable (E4-FT1-Z011A03)
Reservoir: No
Finish: Zinc plated
Supercedes: F4-BE5-C475-H1
Part #: 24-186711



REAR 5100 BILSTEIN



Series: 5100 Series; Rear Lifted Height: 0-1"; Rear; 46mm Monotube Shock Absorber
Internal Design: Monotube
Collapsed Length: 14.02 in / 356 mm
Extended Length: 22.94 in / 582.7 mm
Boot Included: Black bellows
Mounting Kit: B4-KT1-Z008A00
Spring Seat: No
Reservoir: No
Finish: Zinc plated
Supercedes: F4-BE5-C476-H0
Part #: 24-186728

REAR 5160 BILSTEIN



Series: 5160 Series; Rear Lifted Height: 0-1"; Rear; 46mm Monotube Shock Absorber
Internal Design: Monotube
Collapsed Length: 13.84 in / 351.5 mm
Extended Length: 23.23 in / 590 mm
Boot Included: No
Mounting Kit: B4-KT1-Z008A00
Spring Seat: No
Reservoir: Yes
Finish: Zinc plated
Supercedes: F4-BR5-H734-H0
Part #: 25-177343


FRONT OME NITROCHARGER



OME N140S Nitrocharger
Internal Design: Twintube
Collapsed Length: 15.95 in / 405 mm
Extended Length: 21.38 in / 543 mm
Boot Included: Black
Spring Seat: No
Reservoir: No

REAR OME NITROCHARGER



OME N182 Nitrocharger
Internal Design: Twintube
Collapsed Length: 13.86 in / 352 mm
Extended Length: 23.94 in / 608 mm
Boot Included: No
Spring Seat: No
Reservoir: No

FRONT OME NITROCHARGER SPORT



OME N90000
Internal Design: Twintube/Montube Hybrid
Collapsed Length: 16.26 in / 413 mm
Extended Length: 21.38 in / 543 mm
Boot Included: Black
Spring Seat: No
Reservoir: No
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Old 08-03-2012, 08:44 PM   #2
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Links pointing to data would be a big help guys...

Still needed

Need Icon 2" rear and 2.5" front and rear.
Need Fox 2.5" front 2" rear.
Need King 2.5" front and rear.
Need anyone elses coilovers or shocks you think should be added.
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Old 08-08-2012, 03:13 PM   #3
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FOX Shox:

OE Length 2.5 w/ Remote Resevoir
Fox Part# 880-02-376-B
Extended Length: 22.21"
Collapsed Length: 17.58"
Shock shaft Travel: 4.63"
Height Adjustment: 0"-2"

OE Length 2.0
Fox Part# 985-02-002
Extended Length: 22.23"
Collapsed Length: 17.55"
Shock shaft Travel: 4.7"
Height Adjustment: 0"-2"
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Toyota TRD Bilstein shocks are NOT Bilstein 4600s. The TRD shocks are built by Bilstein to Toyota specs, but they are not 4600s.
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Old 11-16-2012, 07:13 PM   #5
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Fox Part# 880-02-418-A
Extended Length: 22.54"
Collapsed Length: 17.58"
Shock shaft Travel: 4.96"
Height Adjustment: 0"-3"
Kit comes with reservoir mounting brackets. Extended travel shock to be used with UCAs. Recovers lost droop due to lift if wound up.
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Old 11-18-2012, 08:37 PM   #6
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so billstien 5100 0-1 inch lift and factory yellows have same extended length???
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Old 11-19-2012, 04:52 AM   #7
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so billstien 5100 0-1 inch lift and factory yellows have same extended length???
Very close but both are crap shocks.
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[/QUOTE]REAR OME NITROCHARGER



OME N182 Nitrocharger
Internal Design: Twintube
Collapsed Length: 13.86 in / 352 mm
Extended Length: 23.94 in / 608 mm
Boot Included: No
Spring Seat: No
Reservoir: No[/QUOTE]

Correct me if I am wrong, but isn't the boot the aluminum sleeve that sits around the shaft?
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i think the newer sport version has a black plastic one..
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i think the newer version has a black plastic one..
The fronts have the black plastic one. My rear N182s came with the yellow aluminum boot like pictured in the OP
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DevL, I appreciate the idea behind this thread, but you'll need to update your opening post to keep it organized and useful, like the Sliders and Bumpers threads. I've been planning & shopping, so I'll try to find some other specs for you along the way.
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Opinions from those who run them: FOX vs. BILSTEIN for front end upgrade from factory Bilstein (or other options) for desert running... not racing, but to improve the bounce or stop the rocking horse affect.
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Opinions from those who run them: FOX vs. BILSTEIN for front end upgrade from factory Bilstein (or other options) for desert running... not racing, but to improve the bounce or stop the rocking horse affect.
Night and day difference..bigger shock, more damping, adjustability, remote reservoir.
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I just have to Sub to this thread because this helped me answer SO many questions haha.
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The fronts have the black plastic one. My rear N182s came with the yellow aluminum boot like pictured in the OP
You can get a black plastic cover for the rears too that go over the aluminum. Toytec charges you extra for them, calls them rock guards. When I ordered mine from wheeler's they came with them.
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The OME rear shocks have an impressive range of travel for their size but they really limit rear droop it seems. In the back with the stock bumpstops you should be able to run a shock with a compressed length of 15-16". Does anyone know if there is an OME shock with the same valving but a longer compressed length? OME doesn't really list valving and lengths as clearly as bilstein or some other manufactures... their catalog is more application based ):
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very handy list, I am going to sub since new shocks are on my to do list...
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