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Beasty SumoSprings?

Discussion in '3rd Gen. Tacomas (2016+)' started by Dirty Harry, Oct 4, 2017.

  1. Oct 4, 2017 at 1:35 PM
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    Dirty Harry

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    I think the general difference is just overall stiffness... Can anyone confirm?
     
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    I believe the Yellows are for the Tundra. If you just put them in the Tacoma it may be too stiff.

    The Tacoma Sumos are purple. I didn't like them when I had mine in. Even with the camper shell. They bounce too hard. Maybe with better than stock shocks that can control the fast rebound of them. it would feel better.

    J
     
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    agree with this. i have the same, and i have a Hellwig rear sway bar back there as well, so i need to have handling balanced with these. anything firmer would remove suspension compliance too much.
     
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    Thanks, I appreciate the feedback. I certainly don't want to ruin the ride of the truck or cause safety issues. I was just a little perplexed as to why I saw the SSR-610-54's on their list of compatible bushings. 2800 pounds pay load is probably a little overkill anyway. haha
     
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