Bilstein 0-2.3″ 6112+5160 Lift Kit for 1996-2002 Toyota 4Runner

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Bilstein 0-2.3″ Lift Kit for 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 Toyota 4Runner

Part: 47-258624_25-268362_25-268379

Front B8 6112:

Finish: Dampers: Zinc Plated/Springs: Black
Reservoir: No
Body Design: Snap Ring Grooved Body (Coilover)
Body Diameter: 60mm
Front Lift Height: 1-2.6″
Bilstein B8 6112 leveling kits are designed to provide more ground clearance, allow for larger tires, and increase wheel travel. Multiple snap-ring grooves in the body allow for different spring seat positions, providing 0-2.75 inches of front lift (depending on application). These kits consist of (2) 60mm shock absorbers combined with (2) custom matched cold wound coil springs and (2) billet aluminum spring seats. The large 60mm digressive piston allows for increased damping control for optimal on-road and off-road capabilities. Experience the legendary Bilstein off-road experience with the best direct fit spring and shock kit for your light truck or SUV.


Rear B8 5160:

Collapsed Length (IN): 12.91
Extended Length (IN): 20.66
Collapsed Length (MM): 328.0
Extended Length (MM): 525.0
Finish: Zinc Plated
Reservoir: Yes
Body Design: Smooth Body (Non-Coilover)
Body Diameter: 46mm
Optional Reservoir Clamp: 11-176015
Rear Lift Height: 0-2.5″

Bilstein B8 5160 remote reservoir shock absorbers are designed as a direct fit solution for lifted trucks and SUV’s. The remote reservoir will offer increased cooling capacity and wheel travel to optimize overall performance compared to a traditional shock absorber. These shock absorbers feature a monotube design for consistent fade free performance and utilize velocity sensitive digressive valve settings which are tuned for each specific application. Each shock absorber is fitted with a unique 360 degree swivel banjo hose fitting, providing a clean, low profile installation. B8 5160 remote reservoir shock absorbers will increase overall durability of your vehicle allowing you to conquer the harshest of off-road environments.

Includes: 2 Front coils, 2 Front shocks, 2 Rear shocks

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      I want to get a 2 inch lift front & back on my 2000 4Runner, along with this lift kit would I have to purchase additional 2 inch lift coil springs for the back? If so, which ones would you recommend that would best go along with this kit?
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      Q I want to get a 2 inch lift front & back on my 2000 4Runner, along with this lift kit would I...... Read more answer now
      A Rear shocks work in the range of 0-2.5 ″ If you need a 2-inch lift in the rear, then you need to buy long springs We can offer https://www.bilsteinlifts.com/product-category/toyota-4runner/1996-2002/rear-lifts-96-02-toyota-4runner/?swoof=1&pa_product-type=coils&really_curr_tax=55-product_cat
    2. Am I run 33’s with this lift??
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      Q Am I run 33’s with this lift?? answer now
      A These wheels will fit without rubbing: Rim* 12" Tire Width* 8" Tire* 32.5" Backspace* 4.5" Bigger tires may require some trimming. Also precise caster/camber adjustment and body lift may help
    4. Will you get a 3" lift with this kit?
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      Q Will you get a 3" lift with this kit? answer now
      A 2.3'' specified we can provide 3'' rear coils if needed
    6. Do I need to get a longer break line with the lift?
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      Q Do I need to get a longer break line with the lift? answer now
      A stock brake lines are good for lifts up to 3''. I'd only consider longer brake lines for heavy offroading with full wheel articulation just to be on the safe side, not needed for usual ride
    8. Re: gen3 4Runner 6112/5160 lift kit 1) Are adjustable aftermarket upper control arms necessary or just recommended? Can a proper alignment be achieved without them? 2)The ad states 0-2.3", 2.6", and 2.75" max for the front/6112 struts (depending on application). Which is it? I'm going for 2.5" lift front and rear for my daily driver with minimal camping/off-roading/random rowdiness. 3)The picture shows the 5160 with the reservoir parallel and attached to the main tube. I would prefer this instead of having to mount the reservoir somewhere else as I have seen in other pictures of the 5160. Which version does this kit actually come with? Thanks!
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      Q Re: gen3 4Runner 6112/5160 lift kit 1) Are adjustable aftermarket upper control arms necessary or...... Read more answer now
      A 1. aftermarket upper control arms  no needed  2. Bilstein B8 6112 leveling kits are adjustable in height as shown in the installation instructions https://productdesk.cart.bilsteinus.com//media/products/bilstein/E4-WM5-Y505A00_1.pdf 3.Rear Bilstein B8 5160 remote reservoir shock absorbers go as shown in the picture
    10. I would like to do a lift on my 2wd what is recommended for a whole kit?
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      Q I would like to do a lift on my 2wd what is recommended for a whole kit? answer now
      A Get 5100s cheaper and not like you gunna be 4x4’n
    12. if i want about an inch lift on my 96 4runner is this a complete set/ do I reuse my old rear springs?
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      Q if i want about an inch lift on my 96 4runner is this a complete set/ do I reuse my old rear spri...... Read more answer now
      A You can reuse your old rear coils but they will not give you additional rear lift we can offer https://www.bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-4runner/1996-2002/rear-lifts-96-02-toyota-4runner/rear-ome-906-coils-for-1996-2002-toyota-4runner/ or https://www.bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-4runner/1996-2002/other-96-02-toyota-4runner/1-12-inch-lift-rear-spacers/ also rear 1,5'' lift coils will be available in 1-2 weeks
    14. If I have this 2.3” 6112+5100 lift kit on my 4Runner 2001 4WD SR5 , in the front do I still need a 2.5” spacer? In the rear with a stock coil spring + a 2.5” spacer does the 6112 shock with reservoir works together?
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      Q If I have this 2.3” 6112+5100 lift kit on my 4Runner 2001 4WD SR5 , in the front do I still need ...... Read more answer now
      A Front spring does not need spacer These front shocks with 6112 series springs are height adjustable by moving the ring on the shock itself Installation Instructions https://productdesk.cart.bilsteinus.com//media/products/bilstein/E4-WM5-Y505A00_1.pdf as for the rear shocks, if you do not need a stock height, then you can select other springs in the drop-down menu on the right side
    16. Do the coils come installed on the shock?
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      Q Do the coils come installed on the shock? answer now
      A 6112s come not assembled
    18. Do the coils come installed on the shock?
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      Q Do the coils come installed on the shock?
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    20. Will the front suspension handle the weight of an aftermarket bumper and winch?
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      Q Will the front suspension handle the weight of an aftermarket bumper and winch?
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    22. Would these pair up with the old man emu 890 rear springs? Want to order all at once. Thx
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      Q Would these pair up with the old man emu 890 rear springs? Want to order all at once. Thx answer now
      A Rear shocks for Lift Height: 0-2.5″ If you mean this coil https://www.bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-4runner/1996-2002/rear-lifts-96-02-toyota-4runner/rear-ome-890-coils-for-1996-2002-toyota-4runner/ then this coil will be long for this shock
    24. I am wanting to lift my 2002 4Runner SR5 RWD about 2in in total and my question is, with the rear setup of this kit just having the B8 5160s, do I still need a 2in leveling kit for the rear springs?
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      Q I am wanting to lift my 2002 4Runner SR5 RWD about 2in in total and my question is, with the rear...... Read more answer now
      A Rear shocks will not lift your truck by themselves - some lift kit options a longer coils or maybe spacers will be required for a lift. Rear shocks are only longer than the stock shocks - designed for use with the existing lift.
    26. Do I need to buy anything else to make it a complete set?
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      Q Do I need to buy anything else to make it a complete set? answer now
      A Diff drop kit is recommended for 4WD trucks for 1.5'' of front  lift and more to increase the CV axles life.   rear shocks are just longer than stock, they will not lift the rear by themselves
      A if you were not going to re-use anything from your current setup and build the front coil overs you will need from Toyota 4860935030 SUPPORT SUB-ASSY, FRONT SUSPENSION, RH/LH Qty=2 9017910212 NUT(FOR FRONT SUSPENSION SUPPORT) Qty=6 9094801056 CUSHION, FRONT SHOCK ABSORBER, NO.1 Qty=2 094802161 RETAINER, CUSHION, NO.3(FOR FRONT SHOCK ABSORBER) Qty=2 9038914048 BUSH(FOR FRONT SHOCK ABSORBER) Qty=2
    28. What is the recommended lift setting for a stock 2001 4Runner 4wd? Currently running 31x10.5xr15 but will be upgrading tires to 275/70/17 at some point later. I also purchased the OME 2906 springs with this kit and diff drop kit. Thanks.
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      Q What is the recommended lift setting for a stock 2001 4Runner 4wd? Currently running 31x10.5xr15 ...... Read more answer now
      A It all depends on how many inches of lift you need to get but the stock height truck's is 0 inches The maximum you can put here such tires with this lift Lift Size - 3" / 2" Rim* - 8" Tire Width* - 12" Tire* - 32.5" Backspace* - 4

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