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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
    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?



    Pictures of the truck as it currently sits...


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