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Old 02-11-2010, 08:02 PM   #1
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2009 5 Lug Shocks????

Like it says, I'm loosing my mind on where I can get a set of shocks for the 2009 Tacoma Access Cab I4 5 lugger. I'm going to be throwing on the readylift kit and want everything there for the install at once! I want something reasonable in price, and hell at this point, I wouldn't mind slightly used if some of you are selling something that will work! HELP ME PLEASE!!!!

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procomp 324515 X 2 + dust boots = win
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procomp 324515 X 2 + dust boots = win
I see where I can buy the shocks, but what are dust boots and where can I get them? Can I buy these in a package deal? Are these the shocks with the dust covers on them?


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You can use shocks from a 4x4 trd truck. Thats what i did. i bought rear shocks from a trd sport off of a guy on here. Post in the for sale section there are always guys sellin shocks with low miles because they lifted theirs.
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Thanks for the replies guys....I must be mentally handicapped tonight, but I swear by the life of me I cannot find an online shop that sells procomp 324515 with the dust boot. I'd much rather buy something from someone on here that knows that it will fit and work, but time is running out and install is at the end of next week.

Can anyone point me in the right direction?
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If you can't get shocks in time you can use the stock shocks for a few weeks until you can get your hands on the procomps or the stock trd billsteins.
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Ok, found the boots and the shocks, should I replace all 4, or just the rear? Opinions?
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You only need to replace the rears
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When ordering the shocks from the link given, it asks for vehicle height? Anyone know what height I should enter once the Readylift kit is installed? Thanks!

http://store.fatbobsgarage.com/pro-c...ock-p2049.aspx
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Old 02-12-2010, 04:47 PM   #12
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Just thought I'd let the 5 Lug world, that Fat Bob's Garage designed a shock specifically for the 5 Lug Tacoma rear. Part #82451. Talked to Bill on the phone, and the customer service was fantastic. Looks like I'm good to go on my readylift install somtime next week!
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