3″ Lift Kit with Bilstein Shocks for 1996-2002 Toyota 4Runner

SKU: BK9602
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3″ Lift Kit with Bilstein Shocks for 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 Toyota 4Runner

Part Number: BK9602

ToyTec Front lift coils – (3″ average lift is achieved with coils and setting the shock adjustment on the bottom C clip setting) DO NOT EXCEED THIS SETTING OR DAMAGE CAN OCCUR!

Includes:

  • D558 Bilstein front 5100 series shocks
  • 112-620 Eibach/Toytec front coil springs 620lb spring rate
  • TAC-DR Front diff drop kit
  • Rear ToyTec 9602RC 3″ lift coils
  • TT-9602R – New Upgraded ToyTec Rear Boss Shocks from Summer 2016
  • Add assembly to have your coilovers presassembled with new top mounts, bushings and hardware.

*Not recommended for 2wd 4cyl. models.

We do not have installation instructions specifically for this kit, but we do have installation instructions for a very similar OME kit: Download Installation Instructions Here

This kit is not adjustable in the front. 3 inch lift only.

Tire Information:

We recommend 32×11.50×15 tires, or a 275/70/16 tire on 8″ wheels with 4.5″ back spacing. We do not guarantee any tire/ wheel fitment due to variations between different tire and wheel manufacturers specs. We recommend “test fitting” any wheel tire/wheel combination you are considering

You will need an alignment after the lift install. We recommend the Camber be set to zero and toe .04 degrees

To ensure perfect alignment you may want to consider getting UCAs:

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      1. 0 votes
        A For additional front and rear weight we'd recommend * * * https://www.bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-4runner/1996-2002/lift-kits-96-02/complete-ome-suspension-for-1996-2002-toyota-4runner/ * * *These wheels will fit without rubbing:Rim* Tire Width* Tire* Backspace* 8" 12" 32.5" 4.5"Bigger tires may require some trimming.  Also precise caster/camber adjustment and body lift may help
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        A These wheels will fit without rubbing:Rim* Tire Width* Tire* Backspace* 8" 12" 32.5" 4.5"Bigger tires may require some trimming.  Also precise caster/camber adjustment and body lift may help.No rear sagging
      3. 0 votes
        A 550 lbs is a good option for no additional weight and 4cyl engine (as V6 is heavier).TTBOSS9602 offers not only adjustability, but longer coils. So wheel travel is bigger
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        A Yes, you need these coilshttps://www.bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-tacoma/2005-2015/toytec-eibach-front-coil-lift-springs/
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        A I have read that you can use your front sway bar links for the rear since they are longer and for the front get a 2nd gen 4Runner front sway bar link kit which should be about an inch longer and that should substitute for the new set up. I hope this helps.
      8. 0 votes
        A No middle clip settings, middle grove can be used for other trucks. 96-02 4Runner - only lowest clip
      9. 0 votes
        A Yes. Please reply directly to this message in your email with your address and we will get an exact shipping quote.
      10. 0 votes
        A I assume that the extra load on the diff from the bigger wheels and new angle of the driveshaft could cause premature wear on your components.
      11. 0 votes
        A Hello, in order to figure out how much lift you need to level please take existing measurements from center of the wheel hub to the bottom of the fender. Difference between front and rear is how much lift you need to level. https://www.bilsteinlifts.com/level.png
      12. 1 vote
        A UCA's are recommended but not required, the benefit of the UCA's is to fix the caster when the vehicle is getting aligned and also helps you a lot with articulation on the front end.
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        A it will give you less than 3'' lift with these coils.You may try this kit https://www.bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-4runner/boss-3-performance-lift-kit-1996-2002-toyota-4runner/ with height adjustable coilovers and ask us for 650 lb coils in the order details, but now these 650lb coils are on backorder
      16. 0 votes
        A Hello The maximum you can install on your truck 1998 4runner. Rim* - 8" Tire Width* - 12" Tire* - 32.5" Backspace* - 4.5"
      17. 1 vote
        A These * * * https://www.bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-tacoma/lr-upper-control-arms-for-1995-2004-toyota-tacoma-and-1996-2002-4runner/ * * *and these * * * https://www.bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-tacoma/total-chaos-uca-for-tacoma-95-5-04-4runner-96-02/ * * * ucas will work
      18. 1 vote
        A Hello This kit includes: D558 Bilstein front 5100 series 2 shocks 112-620 Eibach/Toytec 2 front coil springs 620lb spring rate TAC-DR Front diff drop kit Rear ToyTec 9602RC 3″ lift 2 coils TT-9602R – New Upgraded ToyTec 2 Rear Boss Shocks from Summer 2016Add assembly to have your coilovers presassembled with new top mounts, bushings and hardware.There is no difference from which side to install the coil.   the main thing is not to confuse the rear and front
      19. 0 votes
        A Hello In principle it is possible, but then you will need other springs. The fact is that the shocks 5100 have a Body Diameter of 46 mm, and the shocks 6112 have a Body Diameter of 60 mm
      20. 1 vote
        A It is not recommended to have more then 3'' of lift - can be harmful for the suspension
      21. 1 vote
        A Rear shocks are not adjustable - they will not lift your truck by themselves - some lift kit options as longer coils or maybe spacers will be required for a lift. These shocks are only longer then the stock shock - designed for use with the existing lift.
      22. 0 votes
        A Such tires and smaller will definitely fit:Rim* Tire Width* Tire* Backspace* 8" 12" 32.5" 4.5"
      23. 0 votes
        A Rim* Tire Width* Tire* Backspace* 8" 12" 32.5" 4.5"such measurements will fit without rubbing
      24. 1 vote
        A OME is my personal recommendation for a 2wd since it’s probably gonna be more for looks
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      26. 0 votes
        A Yes you may do it but if using front lift coils - please set 6112s on the lowest notch adjustment
      27. 1 vote
        A Lifts both front and back.Rear lift is by ToyTec 9602RC 3″ lift coils
      28. 0 votes
        A Shocks are adjustable, BUT not in this kit. (3″ average lift is achieved with coils and setting the shock adjustment on the bottom C clip setting) DO NOT EXCEED THIS SETTING OR DAMAGE CAN OCCUR! If you change the setting on the shocks to any other position you will damage the suspension
      29. 0 votes
        A The UCAs are always not the bad idea, but this kit can work without it.
      30. 1 vote
        A If the lean is big you can try adjusting it with the coilover settings.If not - with the help of this https://bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-fj-cruiser/toyota-fj-cruiser-2010-2011-2012-2013/front-lifts/front-top-plate-spacer-one-14-inch/
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        A Ride quality is subjective. Should be better than stock.
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        We recommend 32×11.50×15 tires, or a 275/70/16 tire on 8″ wheels with 4.5″ back spacing with this lift.

        Your tires may fit, but maybe proper castor and chamber precise adjustment will be required or wheel spacers usage may be recommended for front wheels not to rub in the rough turns.

      36. 0 votes
        A Yes 3" lift all around and yes the coils are slightly longer. I installed this kit a couple of weekends ago a long with some bigger wheels and tires, I gained about 5 inches in clearance from the ground. The ride quality is also much better than the old worn out suspension.
      37. 0 votes
        A Yes, this kit will go - the rear coils are designed for up to +195LB of extra load.
      38. 0 votes
        A We haven't tested this particular lift kit on the 2001 4Runner 4x4 3.0 Turbo Diesel, but if the suspension is equal to a gas engine 4Runner then it'll fit. Please keep in mind, that the lift kit manufacturer doesen't recommend it for 2wd 4cyl. models.
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        We recommend 32x11.50x15 tires, or a 275/70/16 tire on 8" wheels with 4.5" back spacing. We do not guarantee any tire/ wheel fitment due to variations between different tire and wheel manufacturers specs. We recommend "test fitting" any wheel tire/wheel combination you are considering

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        No, we do not have another option at the moment

      41. 0 votes
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        We can do an exception with 5125, but you need to let us know in advance.

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        Because the weight of that vehicle is light and this lift kit will give too much lift.

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        We recommend 32x11.50x15 tires, or a 275/70/16 tire on 8" wheels with 4.5" back spacing. We do not guarantee any tire/ wheel fitment due to variations between different tire and wheel manufacturers specs. We recommend "test fitting" any wheel tire/wheel combination you are considering

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        Yes, but please note: it is not recommended for 2wd 4cyl. models

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