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Old 12-25-2011, 09:40 AM   #1
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Toytec/Eibach springs on back order?

When will they be available again?

Thanks!
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Old 12-25-2011, 06:33 PM   #2
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Yeah keep me posted I want to know I was just going to buy a set
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Old 12-25-2011, 08:39 PM   #3
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Hey i just saw these coils on polyperformance.com for 56 bucks each n 5100s for 65 a peice! Damn good price.
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Old 12-26-2011, 10:27 AM   #4
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Old 12-26-2011, 08:33 PM   #5
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Was just on poly performance website and had no luck matching the part # using their search function. If any one has success please share. I too was just about to order a set of eibachs Anyone know the dimensions of the eibachs from toytech ie diameter & length?
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I ordered the Toytec ultimate lift and got it delivered last friday (the 16th). I ordered directly from Toytec. Maybe I got the last ones! Sorry.
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So just got off the phone with toytec. was told they r expecting next shipment to b n on the 3rd week of January. When asked about the dimensions of the springs I was basically told its classified info...BS.

I don't want to wait for another "expected" month to lift my truck seeing as I already have my Bilsteins waiting and I'm kinda angry about these so called secret dimensions like they r some type of launch codes or something.

Does anyone know which of any of the OME coils give u the comparable 1.6" of lift like the eibachs. And how about ride quality? I thought I read something about the diff in spring rates and the Bilsteins being designed for the eibachs?
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Touted probably doesn't want to give away the spring dimensions because it's like a restaurant giving away a recipe. Can't really blame them for not wanting to do that.
The reason I went with the Toytec/Eibach over the OME is because I've heard that the Toytec was closer to factory ride quality. I read on this forum in several places that OME was very stiff. It also has the different sizes from the different loads up front (like a steel bumper with a winch). I've only been able to drive on my lift for two days, but it was very compatible to factory ride. It might just be worth the wait.
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First word should be "Toytec" not touted. Stupid autocorrect.
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I have a set of Eibachs that I used for about a year that have been powder coated red and are in great condition with only a few scuffs in the powder, PM me an offer if any of you are interested in them.
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So roughly the 3rd week of Jan for new shipment??

The 3" bilstein adjustable kit for 899 doesnt seem to be backordered. Is it worth the extra money? I see that price includes the $100 assembly, u bolts... Ive been getting impatient. Should I pull the trigger on this set up?
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Old 01-18-2012, 12:41 PM   #14
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I talked to toytec near the first of the month, they said 3rd week, now they are saying end of the month. I'll wait until then, if delayed again, I may find another spring to go with.
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Their website doesnt show "BACKORDERED" anymore so I am assuming that they are in stock now.
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