OME 2-3″ Lift Rear Shocks for 1996-2002 Toyota 4Runner

SKU: OME-600xx
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OME 2-3″ Lift Rear Shocks for 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 Toyota 4Runner

Part: ARB60073

Nitrocharger Sport is the most advanced and innovative 4×4 shock absorber on the market, and is now available for a range of vehicles. Designed by a dedicated team of OME ride control engineers through an exhaustive vehicle specific development program, Nitrocharger Sport 4×4 shock absorbers deliver the best control, durability and most comfortable ride over all terrain.

Choose from shock options below:

  • OME 60073— Soft Valving
Extended Length (IN): 21.61 Inch

Compressed Length (IN): 13.14 Inch

 

  • OME 60028— Firm Valving
Extended Length (IN): 21.45 Inch

Compressed Length (IN): 13.3 Inch

 

  • OME-60027 —Firm Valving with additional weight
Extended Length (IN): 21.45 Inch
Compressed Length (IN): 13.3 Inch

These rear Nitrogen gas charged shocks provide improved flex and handling On/Off road. Perfect match for all of our rear lift options 2″ or 3″ lift.

Great price! Sold as a pair.

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Depending on the configuration between “soft”, “medium” and “firm” different amounts of valve shims will be added to the shock to control the rebound and compression. A softer shock will require less shims, a firmer shock will require more shims to add more resistance through the shock valve. Firmer shocks are recommended with a lot of weight, this way the shock doesn’t tap out and hits it’s internal bump stop and get damage.

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      Are these ok to use for a (2002 Toyota 4runner) towing a small tractor?
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      Q Are these ok to use for a (2002 Toyota 4runner) towing a small tractor? answer now
      A yes they will be good, please use with at least 1.5-2'' rear lift
    2. Will the ome 60027 fit my 2002tacoma with a 3 inch lift in the rear?
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      Q Will the ome 60027 fit my 2002tacoma with a 3 inch lift in the rear? answer now
      A It will fit on 2002 Toyota 4Runner 3" rear lift
    4. Fits whith rough country 3'' inch coils??
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      Q Fits whith rough country 3'' inch coils?? answer now
      A It should if the rear coils are not a strut assembly, it should fit with touch country coils.
    6. Would these be a good combination with the 2in. heavy duty coils???
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      Q Would these be a good combination with the 2in. heavy duty coils??? answer now
      A Yes, they will work
    8. Whats the difference between normal, firm and soft valving??? It would help me make a better decision on a purchase
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      Q Whats the difference between normal, firm and soft valving??? It would help me make a better deci...... Read more answer now
      A Depending on the configuration between "soft", "medium" and "firm" different amounts of valve shims will be added to the shock to control the rebound and compression. A softer shock will require less shims, a firmer shock will require more shims to add more resistance through the shock valve. Firmer shocks are recommended with a lot of weight, this way the shock doesn't tap out and hits it's internal bump stop and get damage.
    10. What is the most you can lift the rear on a 2002 toyota 4runner without having to extend the brake lines, bumpstops and panhard???
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      Q What is the most you can lift the rear on a 2002 toyota 4runner without having to extend the brak...... Read more answer now
      A About 2 inches is the safest. With the suspension at full droop it can stress the brake lines too much if you go any higher without extending the brake lines.
    12. Are these shocks compatible with a 1995 4runner?
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      Q Are these shocks compatible with a 1995 4runner? answer now
      A OME 2-3" Lift Rear Shocks for 1996-2002 Toyota 4Runner unfortunately will not fit previous 1990-1995 generation
    14. I have a 3” Toyrec coil over front suspension but looking for some new rear shocks any recommendations? I really like these but are wondering if they are compatible with the front end?
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      Q I have a 3” Toyrec coil over front suspension but looking for some new rear shocks any recommenda...... Read more answer now
      A Yes they are compatible. What amount of rear suspension lift do you have?
      A Yes they are compatible. What amount of rear suspension lift do you have?
    16. Which valving is best for everyday daily driving use and weekend towing of boat.
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      Q Which valving is best for everyday daily driving use and weekend towing of boat. answer now
      A Normal valving should be fine.
      A Also depends on the size of the boat. If it is a big boat, firmer shocks might be needed in order to not stress the shocks too much while towing.
    18. I will be doing a lot of driving on the road mostly paved with small amounts of towing would the ome 60028 be the right fit also is the soft valving more for off road.also was looking at the fox 3inch lift option or is that not really necessary. Thanks tristan
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      Q I will be doing a lot of driving on the road mostly paved with small amounts of towing would the ...... Read more answer now
      A Can't tell for sure - it's personal preference about comfort. Softer shocks - usually less road handling but some like it softer and some don't
    20. I eventually plan on towing around 4K lbs long distance. I know I’ll need firmer shocks for all the weight. Would the 60027 be my best route? Or are there other options I should look at?
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      Q I eventually plan on towing around 4K lbs long distance. I know I’ll need firmer shocks for all t...... Read more answer now
      A For carrying heavy load 60027 are the best, they will be rather firm when empty
    22. What is the extended and collapsed length of these shocks? Thanks
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      Q What is the extended and collapsed length of these shocks? Thanks answer now
      A OME 60073--- Soft Valving Extended Length (IN): 21.61 Inch Compressed Length (IN): 13.14 Inch OME 60028--- Firm Valving Extended Length (IN): 21.45 Inch Compressed Length (IN): 13.3 Inch OME-60027 ---Firm Valving with additional weight Extended Length (IN): 21.45 Inch Compressed Length (IN): 13.3 Inch

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