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Old 04-30-2013, 09:47 PM   #1
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difference between OME leaf springs cso45r and cso47

Hello. I've seen two different kinds of leaf springs for my 06 taco and ran Into one hell of a deal on some of the cso45r springs but can not find any info on them other than that they fit the hilux. I don't mind getting the cso47's but if the 45r's will work ill use thoes. And if they will work. Is there any difference between the two. (Pros and cons)


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The CSO47 springs are for the 2005-13 Tacomas , never heard of the Hilux ones fitting on a Tacoma
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The CSO47 springs are for the 2005-13 Tacomas , never heard of the Hilux ones fitting on a Tacoma
I was thinking so. But there is no info out anywhere that I can find about the 45r's. I even e mailed arb and didn't get a reply back.

I forgot to say that the 45r's are listed as 05-09 hilux/pickup
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CS043R:1/2" light load
CS043R-15: 0" light load
CS044R:1-3/4" light load
CS045R:1-3/4" heavy constant load

I found the above description at this link:
http://4x4.fatbobsgarage.com/toyota-...009-p8798.aspx
Use the "next product>" & "<previous product" to scroll through the other models.

Here's a little bit of tech info on the CS045R:
http://www.sierraexpeditions.com/ind..._detail&p=1365
You can search the other models if you want there, too.
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CS043R:1/2" light load
CS043R-15: 0" light load
CS044R:1-3/4" light load
CS045R:1-3/4" heavy constant load

I found the above description at this link:
http://4x4.fatbobsgarage.com/toyota-...009-p8798.aspx
Use the "next product>" & "<previous product" to scroll through the other models.

Here's a little bit of tech info on the CS045R:
http://www.sierraexpeditions.com/ind..._detail&p=1365
You can search the other models if you want there, too.
The tech info link shows 2 different eye diameters , front and back , 20 and 30mm

Pretty certain Tacoma's are 40 mm

http://www.sierraexpeditions.com/ind..._detail&p=1368
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The tech info link shows 2 different eye diameters , front and back , 20 and 30mm

Pretty certain Tacoma's are 40 mm

http://www.sierraexpeditions.com/ind..._detail&p=1368
I saw that; 40mm front/30mm rear. I wonder if that's a Toyota or OME thing.
I noticed the Bob's Garage site says; "Required for Installation-(2) Spring Bushing Kit, (4) U-bolt, Greasable Shackle Kit" and "Vehicle Application:
2005-2009 Toyota Hilux, 2005-2009 Toyota Pickup".
I wonder if the shackle kit is required because the 30mm bushing is a OME thing.
I emailed Bob's to see about Tacomas.
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CS043R:1/2" light load
CS043R-15: 0" light load
CS044R:1-3/4" light load
CS045R:1-3/4" heavy constant load

I found the above description at this link:
http://4x4.fatbobsgarage.com/toyota-...009-p8798.aspx
Use the "next product>" & "<previous product" to scroll through the other models.

Here's a little bit of tech info on the CS045R:
http://www.sierraexpeditions.com/ind..._detail&p=1365
You can search the other models if you want there, too.
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The tech info link shows 2 different eye diameters , front and back , 20 and 30mm

Pretty certain Tacoma's are 40 mm

http://www.sierraexpeditions.com/ind..._detail&p=1368
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I saw that; 40mm front/30mm rear. I wonder if that's a Toyota or OME thing.
I noticed the Bob's Garage site says; "Required for Installation-(2) Spring Bushing Kit, (4) U-bolt, Greasable Shackle Kit" and "Vehicle Application:
2005-2009 Toyota Hilux, 2005-2009 Toyota Pickup".
I wonder if the shackle kit is required because the 30mm bushing is a OME thing.
I emailed Bob's to see about Tacomas.
Thanks guys!. I did find the sierra expeditions site today but did not go any further after I found the 45r's on it. ill do some more digging. and possibly talk to Bob as well.
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Bumping this. Did you find anymore information about using a set of Dakars other than the normally specified CSO47R?

It seems like a set of leafs designed for less constant weight might be better than taking a leaf out of the CSO47R's.
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I thought it was established that the eyes don't jive
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I thought it was established that the eyes don't jive
Is that something that a different shackle would fix? The fronts are the same right?
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The tech info link shows 2 different eye diameters , front and back , 20 and 30mm

Pretty certain Tacoma's are 40 mm

http://www.sierraexpeditions.com/ind..._detail&p=1368
I'm seeing 40mm front/30mm rear.
http://www.sierraexpeditions.com/ind..._detail&p=1365
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Still doesn't jive

Tacoma's are 40 / 40 , no ?
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Still doesn't jive

Tacoma's are 40 / 40 , no ?
I think you're right that tacos are 40/40, but if OME has a 30mm shackle then might it work?
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Why are people trying so hard to make Dakars designed for a Hilux fit on a Tacoma instead of just using the Dakars designed to fit on the Tacoma

This is my question
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Why are people trying so hard to make Dakars designed for a Hilux fit on a Tacoma instead of just using the Dakars designed to fit on the Tacoma

This is my question
Options;
CS043R: 1/2" light load
CS043R-15: 0" light load
CS044R: 1-3/4" light load
CS045R: 1-3/4" heavy constant load

I would have liked 0-1/2".

Tacoma offerings are taller and stiffer.
-CS047R w/ 3rd leaf removed is 1.75" light load
-CS047R is 2.25" medium load
-CS047R w/ D29XL is 3" heavy load
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Options;
CS043R: 1/2" light load
CS043R-15: 0" light load
CS044R: 1-3/4" light load
CS045R: 1-3/4" heavy constant load

I would have liked 0-1/2".

Tacoma offerings are taller and stiffer.
-CS047R w/ 3rd leaf removed is 1.75" light load
-CS047R is 2.25" medium load
-CS047R w/ D29XL is 3" heavy load
Bingo.
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Options;
CS043R: 1/2" light load
CS043R-15: 0" light load
CS044R: 1-3/4" light load
CS045R: 1-3/4" heavy constant load

I would have liked 0-1/2".

Tacoma offerings are taller and stiffer.
-CS047R w/ 3rd leaf removed is 1.75" light load
-CS047R is 2.25" medium load
-CS047R w/ D29XL is 3" heavy load
Why not get the Wheelers HD leaf packs if you want minimal lift ?
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Besides the difference in eye diameters , has it been established that the rest of the dimensions are the same ?

ie : eye to eye , location of centre pin ?
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Why not get the Wheelers HD leaf packs if you want minimal lift ?
To get rid of the POS Toyota leafs alltogether and not spend $6-700 on custom Alcans.

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Besides the difference in eye diameters , has it been established that the rest of the dimensions are the same ?

ie : eye to eye , location of centre pin ?
Nope. Good points.
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I don't think the wheelers leaf springs are $700. I beleive they sell the alcans which are a bit pricey. But the wheelers leaf springs come with either the 4 leafs or 5 leafs. I beleive the wheelers 4 and 5 packs are roughly $450
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