MetalTech Rear Coil Conversion Stage 3 For 2003-2009 Lexus GX470 (Stock Height)
MetalTech Rear Coil Conversion Stage 3 For 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 Lexus GX470 (Stock Height)
Metal Tech 4×4 has introduced a complete bolt on rear coil conversion kit for your GX470 to eliminate leaky air bags. The GX470’s came with factory air bags in the rear which are prone to leaking over time and can be very expensive to replace.
This STAGE 3 KIT uses a STOCK HEIGHT SPRING for people who only want to replace the air bags and keep their vehicle Stock height. For lift springs use the Stage 2 kit with a lift kit sold separately.
The Metal Tech 4×4 GX470 rear coil conversion kit solves all these issues by removing the air bags and replacing with new stock height coil springs We achieve this by reproducing what Toyota developed for the Toyota Prado, 4Runner, and FJ Cruiser rear suspension setup. First there is a bolt on spring locator that mounts to the axle housing with a polyurethane spring tail isolator that slips over for the bottom of the coil spring to rest on. Then we use a brand new stock height coil spring with a factory Toyota Prado 120 secondary spring isolator that keeps the spring in place and acts as a secondary spring when the axle comes in hard contact when coming off a ledge.
This rear coil conversion kit is designed to be used for people who want to get rid of their air bags all together and go to a traditional coil spring at factory ride height. This is kit is 100% bolt on with no additional modifications required. You will need to remove the fuse/relay inside the engine bay, as well as pulling the TEMS fuse in the dash
- 1 Pair of Spring Tail Isolators
- 1 Pair of Spring Locators
- 1 Pair of Prado 120 Secondary Spring Isolators
- 1 Pair of new stock height coil springs
- 2003-2009 Lexus GX470
Estimated Install Time: 2.5 hours
Questions and answers of the customers
I know this kit specifies stock height. For clarification and comparison purposes, the rear spring in this kit is equivalent to which rear air bag setting on a GX470? Does it retain a stock rake?