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Old 07-27-2009, 01:45 PM   #1
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Fox rear shocks for 02

I was searching through offroadwarehouse and saw some fox shocks with a piggy back reservoir. these are the specs.



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FOX980-99-550-A

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1996-2004 Toyota Tacoma Rear Shocks (Left)
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* Special &quotsmooth bore" seamless alloy steel body
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* Hard-chrome steel shaft
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* Ext. length:24.64" & Col. length:15.07"

with the length would these shocks require a bedcage or at least a bolt on bedcage?
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Old 08-03-2009, 09:03 AM   #3
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these shocks will bolt in to stock shock points no need for a rear cage. they look awsome, i'm thinking about getting a pair myself

your probably gonna want to run them with a new rear spring like a deaver 8 leaf pack or at least the icon 3 leaf add pack. running them with stock leaves could damage the shock when your hitting the dirt
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these shocks will bolt in to stock shock points no need for a rear cage. they look awsome, i'm thinking about getting a pair myself

your probably gonna want to run them with a new rear spring like a deaver 8 leaf pack or at least the icon 3 leaf add pack. running them with stock leaves could damage the shock when your hitting the dirt

You'll have to excuse my ignorance, but how would the stock leafs cause damage to the shock??
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no need for a bed cage, i don't know about the first gens but the second gen has a stem top instead of an eyelet, call offroad warehouse and ask them if they will fit your lift, i know they sell fox's for the 2nd gen but they are for stock height, they don't sell anything for a lifted rear.
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bajamoon that is one sick ride.i could never do that aruond here,ide have every cop around on my ass,untill i went off road i guess.good job.oh sorry for the thread jack.
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bajamoon that is one sick ride.i could never do that aruond here,ide have every cop around on my ass,untill i went off road i guess.good job.oh sorry for the thread jack.
thanks and it is legal, the bumper has a crush Zone, it will destroy whatever i hit but legal. x2 on the thread jack. free bump
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