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1988 Toyota Pickup 5100's

Discussion in 'Suspension' started by tacobell007, Mar 12, 2012.

  1. Mar 12, 2012 at 5:02 PM

    tacobell007 [OP] Does that have the v6?

    Jun 11, 2009
    First Name:
    Westfield, MA
    06 Regular Cab Lifted
    Eibach springs, OME Dakars, adjustable Bilstien 5100's up front, Icon ext travel rear shocks, Kenwood in-dash nav receiver, Kicker 10 inch sub in a ported truck box, Kenwood 350 watt amp, stickers, Better Built toolbox, LED tool box lights, 35% tint, Flowmaster Super 44 muffler, 33x12.5x17 General Grabber AT2, Fuel Off-Road Trophy d551 in 17x8.5, BHLM, white corner marker bulbs, color matched front grille, custom satoshi grille mod with matching Toyota badge, aFe Pro Dry-S drop in filter, diff breather mod, new frame from recall, SOS concepts front plate, SOS concepts rear plate with swing out and full size spare, SOS bolt-on sliders with kickout, 20" LED bar on main hoop, flush mount pods in rear plate bumper for aux reverse lights
    I looked for some answers on here, but only found talk on OME and Rough Country shocks for a 1988 Toyota Pickup 4x4. I wouldn't mind running Rough Country shocks on my Pickup, but I really would want to run 5100's on all four corners. I found fronts and rears for my truck on 4wheelparts.com but I was wondering if anyone knows if I will have a problem running them with no lift to 1 inch of lift? Since they say to run with lifted trucks. I currently am running 31's and do some off roading when the weather is nice, but most of my driving is city. I know for sure that my rear shocks are toast, the passenger side is leaking oil pretty good. So what do you guys think?

    $72 Bilstein 5100 Series Shock Absorber - 24-185752 Shock Absorbershttp://www.4wheelparts.com/Lift-Kit...&t_s=90&t_pt=3306&t_pl=9763&t_pn=BIL24-185752

    $72 Bilstein 5100 Series Shock Absorber - 24-185745 Shock Absorbershttp://www.4wheelparts.com/Lift-Kit...&t_s=90&t_pt=3306&t_pl=9763&t_pn=BIL24-185745

    Pictures of the truck as it currently sits...



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