Bilstein 5100 Adjustable 0-2.5″ Lift shocks For 2010-2020 4Runner, FJ

SKU: FJ4RBILK10
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Bilstein 5100 Height Adjustable front 0-2.5″ and 0-2″ Rear shocks For 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020 4Runner, FJ 4WD/RWD

FJ4RBILK10

Models: 2010-2017 4Runner, FJ Cruiser

Front 24-196499  and rear 33-187174 5100 Bilstein shocks  – kit includes 4 shocks

Front height adjustable 5100 shocks provide 0 to 2 1/2″ lift

Extended Length (IN)22.48 Inch
Compressed Length (IN)17.57 Inch

Rear 5100 shocks work with  0″ to 2″ lift

Extended Length (IN)23-1/2 Inch
Compressed Length (IN)14.91 Inch
Rod Diameter (IN)1.81 Inch
Upper Mounting StyleStem
Lower Mounting StyleEyelet
If you need help installing these shocks yourself, we found this great channel & videos of the installation:

 

 

Rear lift options available


Includes 4 Shocks

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      1. 0 votes
        A Rear shock will do, but front shock will not We can offer you for 2007 Toyota 4Runner 2wdhttps://www.bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-4runner/03-09-4runner/03-09-4runner-shocks/bilstein-height-adjustable-front-and-matching-5100-rear-shocks/
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        A Front shocks can be work with stock spring. Need to rearrange rings on shockInstallation Instructionshttps://productdesk.cart.bilsteinus.com//media/products/bilstein/E4-WM5-Y323A00.pdfFor rear shock you need longer springs if you want 2 inches
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        A It will fit Toyota 4Runner 2020-2010, FJ Cruiser 2014-2010
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        A Front shocks can lift the truck by themselvesrears will need spacers or rear coils to lift the rearIn 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
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        A Diff drop kit is recommended for 4WD trucks for 1.5'' of front  lift and more to increase the CV axles life. These wheels will fit without rubbing if you install 3'' lift: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 I have the 5100s (set to 2.5") all around with no extra lift elements (no spacers and all stock springs). I run 285/70r17s KO2s with no rubbing at all at full lock both ways. (I did remove the front mud flaps and had to do the front fender liner mod.) I did have to use wheel spacers because I have the stock trail edition/TRDOR rims. I will say that the back definitely sags a bit as the rear shocks do not provide any extra lift. I plan on getting the Bilstein B12's 2" rear coils to fix this issue.
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        A Hi As for the front shocks, so that they can be adjusted between 0-2.5 ″ using different coils Here is the installation instructions below https://productdesk.cart.bilsteinus.com//media/products/bilstein/E4-WM5-Y323A00.pdf It is possible that you will need longer rear springs for leveling, if you adjust the front shocks to 2.5 But what kind of coils you need can be determined only after you install the front shocks and understand the position of your truck
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        A Yes, they will work. It's better to get rid of spacers and set front shocks on the middle clip setting for levelint
      12. 0 votes
        A Did you get it done ? Also did you have any kind of service lights come on the dash. I have a 2015 limited an wanna do it
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        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.pngRear shocks 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 than the stock shocks - designed for use with the existing lift.
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        A Rear shocks can be used with stock rear height or withhttps://www.bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-fj-cruiser/rear-1-5-inch-lift-black-spacers-poly-for-toyota-fj-cruiser-and-4runner/orhttps://www.bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-fj-cruiser/toytec-superflex-rear-coils-toyota-fj-cruiser-and-03-09-4runner/
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        A With 1.75" up front and 1" spacer in rear, I put stock size Nitto Terra Grapplers 265/70R/17 and they look great, perform off road, and preserve factory mileage. BUT the 285s will look better! You may need to mod the front fender liner and remove the front mud flaps to prevent rubbing. I didn't want to deal with all that, but If you do it cleanly, it will look great. Lots of resources online to show how to do it.
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        A Yes, it will fit - shock mountings are the same
      18. 0 votes
        A We estimate that front shocks are about 0.59" longer than stock and rear shocks are about 1" longer than stock
      19. 1 vote
        A Front 5100s are longer then stock and also improve ride quality.Suspension travel will not decrease in such a way as if using spacers
      20. 1 vote
        A UCA's are recommended but not require, 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.Front lift is 2,5'' by these shocks.Rear shocks are just longer then stock - if you want to lift the rear end you'll need rear coilsSuch tires will fit without rubbing, bigger tires may require some trimming. Also precise castercamber adjustment may help. Rim* Tire Width* Tire* Backspace* 8" 12" 32.5" 4.5"Diff drop kit is recommended for 4WD trucks for 1.5'' of front  lift and more to increase the CV axles life.  
      21. 1 vote
        A We haven't tested it by ourselves but yes if it has the same suspension as FJ Cruiser and 4Runner
      22. 0 votes
        A Comes as pictured - with rear shock bushings.Frontbushings can be purchased separately or old bushings can be reused if they are in a good shape * * * https://bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-tacoma/1995-2004/front-shock-replacement-bushing-washer-kit/
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        A Diff drop kt is one and only - it is recommended for 4WD trucks for 1.5'' of front  lift and more to increase the CV axles life.  
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        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://prntscr.com/gfgxwtThe height is different on 4th gen 4Runners, some of them sit at 18 inches, some at 18.5 and some at 19 inches, the rear is 21 inches on these vehicles.So after 1,5'' raising the rear you'll still have front rake but it may be less then factory
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        A Yes, it will work.We can offerhttps://bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-4runner/03-09-4runner/toytec-superflex-rear-coils-toyota-fj-cruiser-and-03-09-4runner/andhttps://bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-fj-cruiser/firestone-rear-airbags/for the rear
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        A It was designed to work on stock coils .nIt will lift the front by shocks height adjustment
      28. 0 votes
        A I have the exact same vehicle with that tire size. It'll rub a bit at full turn in reverse
      29. 1 vote
        A Can't say exactly about tires, as for rear lifted coils - yes, they are installed
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        A Diff drop kit is recommended for front lift mote then 1.5''* * *https://bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-tacoma/2005-2015/front-differential-drop-kit/
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        A Rear shocks will not lift the truck bu themselves - they are just longer then stock.Rear spacers * * * https://bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-fj-cruiser/rear-1-5-inch-lift-black-spacers-poly-for-toyota-fj-cruiser-and-4runner/ * * *or better coils * * * https://bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-4runner/03-09-4runner/toytec-superflex-rear-coils-toyota-fj-cruiser-and-03-09-4runner/ * * * https://bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-4runner/03-09-4runner/03-09-4runner-rear-lifts/sway-way-1-5-rear-lift-coils-2003-2017-toyota-4runner-fj-cruiser/ * * *should be used
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        A You are quite right, front shocks are height adjustable and are able to lift the truck up to 2'' using stock coil springs
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        A The front shocks are height adjustable and are able to lift the truck up to 2'' using stock coil springs. For the rear lift you'll need spacers or better - these coils * * * https://bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-4runner/03-09-4runner/03-09-4runner-rear-lifts/sway-way-1-5-rear-lift-coils-2003-2017-toyota-4runner-fj-cruiser/
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        A The front shocks https://bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-4runner/2010-2017/shocks-2003-2012-toyota-4runner/front-0-2-5-adjustable-lift-shocks-2010-2016-toyota-4runnerfj-cruiser/will fit. They are able to lift the front up to 2.5'' using stock coil springs.They may be used with stock or lifted rear - it does not matter
      36. 1 vote
        A Rim* 8" Tire Width* 12" Tire* 32.5" Backspace* 4.5"
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        A I don't think that is accurate. There is nothing shock-related with kdss. You may have confused it with xreas on the Limiteds.
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        Yes, if you want the rear end be lifted you will require maybe springs or some other rear lift options.

        If you want your rear end remain the stock height, these rear shocks will fit without any lift option.

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        A They will fit but the fronts would have to be at the lowest setting for it to lift.
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        These shocks will work with stock coils.

        Front shocks can be adjusted for a 0-2,5'' lift.

        Rear can work with 0'' lift, they can't be adjusted. If you want to gain rear lift some rear lift options such as blocks or add a leafs will be needed.

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        A Yes, it will fit. Please keep in mind that it will disable XREAS if it is installed.
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        No, only rear shocks 33-187174 will fit the 2007 FJ 2WD

        For the front shocks 24-239370 must be used.

        Please buy this kit:

        https://bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-fj-cruiser/2007-2009/fj-lift-kits/bilstein-height-adjustable-front-and-matching-5100-rear-shocks/

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        A These shocks will remove any XREAS that you have.
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        A Yes these will fit that vehicle with stock springs
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