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Old 09-27-2012, 10:10 AM   #1
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1st gen suspension refresh

Just bought a 95 tacoma and the suspension seems tired. I'm not really looking for a lift, just to replace the wore out shocks, coils and leafs. What brand would you go with. Not looking to break the bank either.
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Old 10-01-2012, 07:28 PM   #2
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I am sure somebody is having a hard time giving some stock suspension away.
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I've looked at the ome springs and shocks I had them on my 2011 and really liked them. I'm just not looking for any lift on this truck. I have a set of Trd shocks and coils from my 2011 would they not fit?
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I've looked at the ome springs and shocks I had them on my 2011 and really liked them. I'm just not looking for any lift on this truck. I have a set of Trd shocks and coils from my 2011 would they not fit?

Well ii was being a little sarcastic in my post....These ARE stock 1st gen springs I rebuilt with Chevy truck springs...
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& no, 2nd gen shocks won't work on your '95 not without modding them, as far as the coils go not a 100% sure on that..
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What kinda of Chevy springs did you use and how many ?
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