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King 700Lb Coilovers

Discussion in 'Downsouth Motorsports' started by David411, Apr 6, 2012.

  1. Apr 6, 2012 at 3:15 PM
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    David411

    David411 [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Hello.
    I currently own a 2003 Tacoma 4x4 double cab.
    I have a couple of questions regarding the King coilovers versus icons.
    How much more travel do the Icons offer versus the Kings?
    I like the Mid travel icons but the 700lb spring option from king is very appealing for a winch bumper.
    Thanks again
     
  2. Apr 20, 2012 at 5:16 PM
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    Downsouth Motorsports

    Downsouth Motorsports Downsouth Motorsport Vendor

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    Front King 2.5, Coilovers, Camburg UCA, Rear King 2.0 Shocks, Lots of Tinted Windows, Cherry Third Owner
    I got tipped off by a member that this thread was sitting here with no answer...

    Again, TW: Please send us PMs or pick up the phone & call. We don't really spend time here on TW, other than answering PMs and updating threads we started, so I never saw this one.

    Now, that said -

    Icon has received so many questions and requests about this, that they now offer their coil-overs with 14"x700 lb. coils. There is an extra charge of $175 (I think) for this option, but they will come from Icon with these springs already installed. This goes for both 1st & 2nd Gen Tacoma.

    Hope this helps, and please PM/call us with any other questions you may have.

    Thank you,
    -Marco @ DSM

    Edit: I forgot to add that they're using Eibach coils. Eibach had discontinued the 700 lb. coils recently, but due to overwhelming requests,they began producing them again.
     
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