Bilstein 0-2.5″ Lift Kit With Rear Coils For 2010-2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser
Bilstein 0-2.5″ Lift Kit With Rear Coils For 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser
Front 24-196499 height adjustable 5100 shocks provide 0 to 2 1/2″ lift
Rear 33-187174 5100 shocks work with 0″ to 2″ lift (to be replaced soon with 33-313146)
Rear Coil Springs:
Includes Shocks exactly as pictured
Questions and answers of the customers
I have a 2014 FJ Cruiser, what would be the max tire size I could use with this that will not cause the tires to rub.
Q I have a 2014 FJ Cruiser, what would be the max tire size I could use with this that will not cau...... Read more answer nowA 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
I recently installed the "Bilstein 0-2.5″ Lift Kit" (SKU: 24-196499_33-187174+Rr-Coils_Fj) with 5100 adjustables in front and the non-adjustable 5100 in the rear, along with the Heavy Rear Coil Springs (36-281831) on my 4wd 2011 Toyota FJ Cruiser. I have NO complaints about the ride or appear of the vehicle since the install. So far, I love the set up. However, I'm being told that Bilstein recommends setting the front driver-side shock one notch higher than the passenger side. Is this true? If so, what is the reason for the difference in the settings?
- Will this kit lift 2013 Fj 2 inches front and rear? Does this require changing stock parts in rear to achieve 2 inches?
- Have 2014 FJ with Toytec leveling coils on front. With this setup & front shocks set on max lift, which rear spring do you recommend? Will probably not exceed 200 lbs in rear, but have read that the medium springs ride a little better. Don't mind if the rear is just a little higher with this setup if it is better choice. May also in future pull small 6x10 trailer with motorcycle. Thanks in advance for your help. Also what is your ship time to 73401?
Q Have 2014 FJ with Toytec leveling coils on front. With this setup & front shocks set on max l...... Read more answer nowA With front leveling coils it is not recommended to exceed 3'' of front lift fromt stock. If you have 112-620 coils - 2nd notch is maximum. If having 521600 coils only the lowest notch can be used for the front shocks. 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