Bilstein 5100 adjustable 0-2.5″ front, rear shocks 95-04 Toyota Tacoma

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Bilstein 5100 Height Adjustable Front Shocks and Matching Rear Shocks


Fits Toyota Tacoma 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004

Front and rear Bilstein 5100 shocks

Front D558 height adjustable shocks can be set at 0, 1.25, and 2.5 inches of lift with the factory coils

Rear D560 extended length 5100 Bilstein shocks work great with 0 to 2 1/2″ lift.

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2 x F4-BE5-D558-T0

F4-BE5-D559-T0, F4-BE5-D560-T0

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Rear shocks:

F4-BE5-D559-T0 Extended length: 21.63″ Collapsed length: 13.93″ (Driver side)
F4-BE5-D560-T0 Extended length: 22.57″ Collapsed length: 14.65″ (Passenger side)


NOTE: Front shocks do not include upper bushings or washers, order separately if needed.

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Will not fit 5 wheel lug Tacoma’s. Please check your application before ordering.

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        A we can offer
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        A Yes, on the lowest notch adjustment
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        A For 5-lug we can offer only such shocks * * *
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        A I emailed Bilstein directly and I was told there 5100 rear shocks will not work with stock height vehicles
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        A it will ride but it is not recommended to stack lifts so can be used on lowest notch adjustment in order not to overlift the truck
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        A Diff drop kt is recommended for 4WD trucks for 1.5'' of front  lift and more to increase the CV axles life.  For single cab please use no more then 3rd notch adjustment - it might gove you about 3'' of additional lift depending on your trucks additional weight.
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        A Yes it's possibelr. Also you can remove spacers and set them at 2,5''
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        A 5100s front shocks are height adjustable and are able to lift the front using stock coils. For rear lift you'll need blocks or add a leafs, you are right
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        A Yes, it will work with stock height.As front shocks are height adjustable they'll allow to lift the front up to 2,5'' using stock coils if you'll want to
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        A You may use it with OME cols, but better to use with stock or 112-620 coils. * * * * * * OME coils are to be used with OME shoks
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        A After installing the rear shocks on a 0" stock rear end (04 prerunner DC V6), the shocks bottomed out a few times as they are very compressed. Unless your rear leafs have zero sag, I recommend a rear lift or bump stop extensions.
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        A F4-BE5-D559-T0 Extended: 21.63" Collapse: 13.93" F4-BE5-D560-T0 Extended: 22.57" Collapse: 14.65"
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        A Yes, you can do it, but these shocks allow to remove spacers and have the same lift using shocks adjustment.Please note, that having more then 3'' of lift will not be good for the cv axles, control arms and the suspension - that's why it is not recommended to use 3'' spacers with some adjustments except the lowest
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        A Yes, it will fit. Please take measurements from the ground to the front and rear fender lines to find out how much front lift is needed for leveling.
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        We always recommend test fitment before.
        Generally using aftermarket longer UCAs is always not the bad idea, but first you cat try
        - lifting up to 3'' (more lift will make harm to the stock suspension oarts)
        - precisely adjustinc castor and chamber at about 1-1.5-2 dregee may help
        - maybe wheel spacers (depending on your rims and suspension condition)

        Please don't forget about diff drop kit if you have a 4WD

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        A You may set the front D558 height adjustable shocks 0, 1.25, and 2.5 inches of lift with the factory coils. If you have rear lift 1'', then setting the front height adjustable shocks to a 2,5'' will level your truck and you'll have no rake look.
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        Thanks for the details provided. These shocks may fit the 2007 Tacoma if you had slightly lower (0-2.5'' front and 0-2'' rear) lift. For the rear we have:, for the front you may use Bilstein 5100 ride height adjustable Please keep in mind, that this kit is for a 6 Lug Tacoma 4WD. If you have 2WD Tacoma please specify it, the cab size and the engine.

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        A It is strictly not recommended to stack lifts. And unfortunatelly these shocks will be too short for that.
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        A Front struts can be set at 0, 1.25, and 2.5 inches of lift with the factory coils. UCAs not required, but may be installed additionally.
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        Front shocks can lift the vehicle, rear shocks can't and you need rear lift 1-2.5" in order to use the rear shocks can offer you some items for rear lift starting with 1″ Rear Lift Block . After installing the shocks you've chosen and the rear 1'' lift block you can gain 2,5'' front lift and 1'' rear lift, whick will level your truck. Please keep in mind, that such lift blocks are recommended for use in case you don't carry heavy loads and do no towing.
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        If you have 6 lug, front and rear shocks will fit factory mounts. Front shocks can be used with OEM coils and front shocks are height adjustable.

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