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Old 05-24-2010, 05:30 PM   #41
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Yeah that makes sense. Now do you need any special tools for the install? I currently have 885's with 5100's all around. Oh and OP, I see my name on the list, I'm not positive if I am committed yet. I need to see what I have for funds around that time.
No, you do not need any special tools for installation! The spanner wrench comes with the kit for adjustment while the coilover is assembled and on the truck.

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Are the Eibach springs and the springs in the coilovers the same except for the color the spring rates? Same size?

If so, have you guys ever considered selling just the coilover collar for the people who have both the 5100's and the Eibach Springs?
They are not. The reds are 600# and the silver are 620#.
You would have to email the office with selling just the collar question.

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my question is, i am having a bumper made by cbi offroad that is going
to weigh 125 to 150 lbs. if i decided to go this route, and set the fronts
at say 2.75", would the ride be to stiff, just curious.
Not at all. We have plenty of folks running aftermarket bumpers without complaint. Even with the weight and all the adjustment, they still ride nice!

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Hey toy tec just throwing this out there maybe if you did a group buy on the eibach spring and gave people the option to add the billys to it we might get a better response with the group buy. But like I said I'm just throwing it out there
Unfortunately this is the group buy we have put together this go around.
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Old 05-24-2010, 05:50 PM   #42
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OK, so what's the difference between 600# and 620# ? You keep mentioning that as the difference between the Toytec and the Eibach. But as Kernel pointed out, there's a roughly $200 difference (when adding in Bilsteins) between the products. Other than being adjustable, what are the pro's of paying that much more?
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What made you change your mind?
I'm gonna save up and get the RCD kit... I'm only about a grand away
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ok so basicly i have a 3 inch lift level kit, this kit would give me a bigger lift than what i have on here now is what yall are saying with the full 3 inches in front and 2 in rear to level vs what i got now. and yea i know the tsb is for the back im going to go to my dealer to see bout getting it done, ( basically a bigger lift all the way around vs the little one i got now) and with my 33/1250/17's nitto mud grappler extream terrain woulg have bette clearance, right now i am ok but at full turn when backing up or going straight i get a slight rubbing just aggrivation more than anything hearring that.
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coil overs

First post. Looks like a good deal so put me down for maybe as well. Was looking into upgrading from stock and this looks like a good opportunity.
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Old 05-25-2010, 06:24 AM   #47
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First post. Looks like a good deal so put me down for maybe as well. Was looking into upgrading from stock and this looks like a good opportunity.
I got you added as a maybe
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Old 05-25-2010, 06:26 AM   #48
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So, how many people are in now??
List updated, you in...?
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I called down south motosports and the guy said sonethibg about the valving on the Bilstein 5100s not working out with my 01 tacoma. I need feedback what. Was he talking about?
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How much would it be to get this coil over set with the front and rear 5100's?
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I'm going to bow out. I'm not looking for a huge lift - after perusing some of the comments and your site, I think the Eibach and the AAL for TSB are just what I want - not a full 3 inch lift, price is right for me, and since they're both similar lift, I'd think the rake of the vehicle would be maintained.
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Hey toy tec just throwing this out there maybe if you did a group buy on the eibach spring and gave people the option to add the billys to it we might get a better response with the group buy. But like I said I'm just throwing it out there

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How much would it be to get this coil over set with the front and rear 5100's?
Add another $161.50 for the rear shocks.

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I'm going to bow out. I'm not looking for a huge lift - after perusing some of the comments and your site, I think the Eibach and the AAL for TSB are just what I want - not a full 3 inch lift, price is right for me, and since they're both similar lift, I'd think the rake of the vehicle would be maintained.
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PM sent! definately interested
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