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2nd Generation Tacoma PreRunner Shocks Front & Rear

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas (2005-2015)' started by parfleet, Jun 23, 2012.

  1. Jun 23, 2012 at 7:41 AM
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    parfleet

    parfleet [OP] Well-Known Member

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    First Name:
    Rex
    Pensacola, FL.
    Vehicle:
    05 PreRunner, SR5 Package, 4.0 Engin
    Front Bush Guard with 100 Watt Driving Lights, Color Match Tonel Cover. Cold Air Intake By True Flow,added an additional 26 HP.
    My 05 Tacoma PreRunner, Long Bed, has now 88,000 miles and runs Super!
    I figure with that many miles, which are 99.9% highway it is time for a suspension upgrade. I order the Rancho Quick Lift shock this morning along with Rancho rear shocks as well. I live in Florida so the total costs which includes shipping is $523 and change. I could have got Monroe's for Quick Struts for the front and Monroe on the back for around $437 locally but I believe the Rancho brand to be superior. I believe the extra costs for the Rancho is worth it. I have done quick struts and normal shocks so I know that I can handle the job. I also now that a front end alignment will be necessary after I complete the job. Any thoughts on my thinking that is probably time to do shocks front and rear and my decision on going with Rancho in-lieu-of Monroe? I just did a cooling system service including a flush which I will be glad to give pointers to anyone interested.
     

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