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Short Shift kit

Discussion in '4 Cylinder' started by hwork50, Nov 30, 2009.

  1. Nov 30, 2009 at 10:18 PM

    hwork50 [OP] Well-Known Member

    Dec 29, 2008
    San Clemente
    06 PreRunner SR5 AC
    DTRL, Skid Plate, Bed Extender, ipod hook up in glove bo, bed mat, rubber mats, Garmin GPS, 2.5"Toyotec lift with 5100 shocks and Eibach springs.
    Gotta say the best mods I have done are the short shift URD kit as it drives SOOOOO much better. I love it. I also installed fog lights and but in the 5100 suspension kit from Toyotec. It tightened up that weak suspension that I ruined 2 weeks ago taking a load to the dump. They should really put better shocks in the 4cyl. Prerunner as those cheap black things are pretty much worthless.

    Merry Christmas to me.

  2. Dec 1, 2009 at 8:05 AM

    jassco Well-Known Member

    Aug 3, 2009
    2010 Access Cab 2.7L SR5 5spd, 4x4
    5100 set to .85 w/ rear TSB, 2012 Rear-view Mirror, Grillecraft, Team Trails FJ Wheels, TPMS canister, Rear headrest delete, Rear console delete, Valley Hitch, Frame undercoat, $2.99 Tailgate hose clamp lock, Avid light bar, 4x4 lighted switch ala Biceman.
    I just put the URD shifter on mine last week. Really great upgrade although my out of spec stock shifter(2010) caused the supplied spacers to not fit. Had to dremel them for a bit, but otherwise ok. It really tightens up the shifts from 1st to 2nd on the 5spd.

    I am waiting on for the whole "rear suspension TSB" thing to boil down to the 2010's. Adding the tow hitch added a little weight back there and maybe stiffened things up in the rear, but those 3 leaf springs suck big ones.

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