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5100/Toytech coikovers - is it a good buy

Discussion in 'Suspension' started by douglasmc, Dec 23, 2012.

  1. douglasmc

    douglasmc [OP] Active Member

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    Fog light mod, 12 volt power full time, inverter 400w full time, Added 115v outlets in cab, Trimmed off 4in from front mud flaps, more to come ;)
    I have a new 2013 Tacoma DC sport, I'm looking at this set of coilovers for it. I would just like some info about how y'all feel about setup.. I have read the discussions about not doing the spacers and instead opt for a coil over setup.. So how does this look. Looking to put 32 or 33s on either a 17 or 18 in wheel.. Not wide as all I would like is better traction in the fields and such.

    3" lift kit with Bilstein 5100 Height Adj. Coilovers
    Price per Unit (Kit): $919.99

    Complete 3" lift kit for 2005 & UP Tacoma with Bilstein 5100 Height Adjustable front shocks

    INCLUDES:

    Bilstein 5100 height adjustable front shocks

    Toytec/Eibach 112620 front coils

    Fully assembled with Toytec Aluminum top mount and Urethane bushings

    Preset at 3" Lift (Lift heights may vary depending on how much front weight you have installed on your vehicle)

    Rear options: select one below

    -----TAC-AL - ToyTec Rear "long" add-a-leafs featuring anti friction pads for quiet ride

    Also includes:

    -----Extended length Bilstein 5100 rear nitrogen gas shocks for optimum performance on and off road

    -----TT-RS - rear axle degree shims for proper pinion angle alignment

    -----UB-4 - (4) new rear ubolts
     
  2. douglasmc

    douglasmc [OP] Active Member

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    2013 tacoma sport 4x4 V6
    Fog light mod, 12 volt power full time, inverter 400w full time, Added 115v outlets in cab, Trimmed off 4in from front mud flaps, more to come ;)
    Oh and I'm not going to be adding weight to front end other than maybe a avid offroad guard, or a bull guard.
     
  3. douglasmc

    douglasmc [OP] Active Member

    Joined:
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    Gender:
    Male
    First Name:
    Matt
    Ga
    Vehicle:
    2013 tacoma sport 4x4 V6
    Fog light mod, 12 volt power full time, inverter 400w full time, Added 115v outlets in cab, Trimmed off 4in from front mud flaps, more to come ;)
    Anyone use this setup
     
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