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Old 10-17-2010, 11:16 AM   #1
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Eibach/5100 Pricing Question

I've tried sending you a PM a while back and just now, but I don't think either went through, since I don't see either in my Sent PM folder. So, I'm going to try and just post it here.

So, I've been considering all of my options for lifting my truck ('10 DCSB TRD-OR). I believe I've decided on the Eibach/5100 setup. I've been trying to figure out where to buy what. The primary debate is where to get my 5100s. I know the per unit price at DSM is cheaper, but I plan to buy a lot from Toytec (Swaybar relocator, Axle Shims, LR UCAs, etc.). So, I'd really much prefer to buy everything via One-Stop-Shopping. Here's my dilemma:

Toytec/DSM: $265.96(ToyTec) + $29.00(S/H) + $283(DSM) = 577.96
Toytec (parts with 5100s): $635.51 + $46.35(S/H) = $681.86
Toytec (kit): $617.49 + $52.66(S/H) = $670.15

As you can see, buying the 5100s at DSM saves me nearly $100. Also, for some reason, when I added each part individually on ToyTec to piece together the Eibach Kit, the shipping is almost $10 cheaper. That really confused me.

Anyway, I was wondering if Toytec will do any sort of price matching? Cause, as I said, I'd really like to buy all my pieces from the same distributor (easier support). If not, I understand and can just buy my 5100s from DSM and possibly their new UCAs. But, I'll still be throwing some business ToyTec's direction. Just figured it couldn't hurt to ask.

Thanks for you presence on the site and your assistance in answering my questions.

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Old 10-18-2010, 03:50 PM   #2
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I was wondering the same thing even before seeing this thread. I sent a PM a couple days ago but I don't know if you got it.

I was wondering why you guys sell the Bilstein Adjustable Lift Kit with 5100 Shocks for $617.49 with the forum discount.

I looked around and DSM sold the Front and Rear 5100s for $282.99 with the forum discount, and if I buy the rest of the kit from you guys including the Front Top Plate Spacer, the ToyTec/Eibach Front Coil Lift Springs, the Rear ToyTec AAL, the U-Bolts with Hardware, and the Front Differential Drop Kit, all for $303.95 with the forum discount it runs me $586.94 in the end.
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Hey,

Unfortunately we can't discount the 5100's anymore. We are having trouble just keeping them in stock! Whenever we order the shocks, we usually put in a order for 100 and we get about 40 and that is just enough to fill the back orders we have. If there is any pricing changes, i will definitely post up and let you guys know

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