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Where to buy Bilstein 6112/5160

Discussion in '3rd Gen. Tacomas (2016+)' started by TacoTim85, Feb 8, 2020.

  1. Feb 8, 2020 at 7:07 PM
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    TacoTim85

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    Can y'all recommend where to buy some Bilstein 6112/5160 ?

    Any vendors on here with a TW discount?

    Hoping they are in stock!

    Thanks.
     
  2. Feb 8, 2020 at 8:15 PM
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    Headstrong. They keep low prices. No idea on current stock though.
     
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    Try www.wheelersoffroad.com Medford,OR. Both wheelers and Head strong are excellent. Wheelers on there website does give you the option at an additional cost of choosing 650lb or 700lb springs and if you choose assembled they do state they come with new top hats, Headstrong does not state any spring option or if you choose assembled weather they come with new top hats but will come with 1/4" spacer. Headstrong only shows front and rear as a package. Wheelers are available front and rear separate and show in stock. Wheelers vs Headstrong Wheelers is about $4.00 more. Both show no charge for shipping in lower 48 and orders over $100.00 on those items. Sounds like a call to both is needed.
     
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    Wheelers (they just announced a 6112/5160 kit that includes everything).

    Although it's not showing up on their site yet and it states STARTING at $1500. Still think it's a great option since it's a pretty thorough kit.

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    For $1594 that is pretty epic. That's about what I have in my kit and I don't have some of those goodies.
     
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    Yeah that's what I was thinking (I think starting @$1500 means maybe just the shocks) but I'm thinking there might be some issues since it's still not on their site lol they may be reconsidering the price :rofl:

    But yeah, good feedback on the leaf springs. I loved my superbumps when I had them too. So hopefully it shows up on their site soon.
     
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    Wheelers is $1215 for the shocks assembled with front springs and Headstrong is $1211
     
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    Not True I just Purchased Bilstein 5100 series rear shock from RedLine 360 and cost for Pair from them was $139.98 and Headstrong cost for exact same Part number is $359.98 and is a freaking $212.00 MORE! that is a insane shameful amount of Markup So I guess it all depends on how you look at better pricing ... For the vendor yeah sure for the buyer? not really.
     
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    If you say so. I can see 5100’s for 175 shipped from headstrong. 139.98 for tundra 5100’s from redline, but shipping to me is 40. Sooooo
     
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    Check on 4wheelparts they have been pretty darn good with having in stock or get it quick < https://www.4wheelparts.com/ > with reasonable pricing.
     
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    Better go read it closer the $175.99 is EACH! so you need 2 and that equals $351.98 plus shipping, the $139.98 From Redline360 is for a pair that means the cost Each is $69.99 So I do say that is a bit higher and Redline360 shipping was not even 30 bucks Soooo?
     
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    Nah man, that’s a pair.

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    • [​IMG]
      Bilstein 5100 Standard Length Rear Shock - 24-186971 for 2007+ Toyota Tundra
      1 x $175.99
    Subtotal:$175.99
    Checkout

    Well you certainly have a different checkout page coming up than the one I am getting Above if that is the case I have to tear up my screen and eat the words on it.....o_O
     
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    You don’t need to eat anything, price is for pair, they have very competitive prices and free shipping. I’m just defending what I know to be a good supplier. Shopping around is always good, but they are the real deal, and I think nearly everyone that has dealt with them would agree.
     
  18. Feb 8, 2020 at 9:57 PM
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    Not looking to hi-Jack this thread ... but just wondering if going with the Bilstein shocks was an opinion if one just was looking for a couple inches of lift to get some 285/70r17 tires under there. Rather then going full blown lift, so to speak.
     
  19. Feb 9, 2020 at 2:10 AM
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    What the hell are you talking about? It's 384 for all 4 from Headstrong.
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