Bilstein 5100 5″ lift Front Shocks for 2005-2015 Toyota TacomaSale!
5″ lift Front Bilstein 5100 Shocks for 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 Toyota Tacoma
Front Shocks 2 x F4-BE5-E122-T0
Collapsed length: 21.53”
Extended length: 27.08”
Includes 2 Shocks
Questions and answers of the customers
Will these work on a 2020 with a rough country 4” drop bracket lift?
Q Will these work on a 2020 with a rough country 4” drop bracket lift? answer nowA may work but can't guarantee 100% - better check length
2010 tacoma rough country 6" drop bracket lift looking to get rid of as much of the spacer as I can, will these work with that kit and an OME 885 coil?
- i have a 6 inch procomp drop bracket kit want to replace the top spacer and shocks and replace with these bilstiens and stock coils
Q i have a 6 inch procomp drop bracket kit want to replace the top spacer and shocks and replace wi...... Read more answer nowA These shocks will be too high, they are for RCD kit you can use usual 0-2,5'' shocks on the lowest notch adjustment if you were using stock height OEM shocks with Procomp 6'' spacers before https://www.bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-4runner/03-09-4runner/03-09-4runner-shocks/front-height-adjustable-5100-bilstein-shocks/ or we can offer https://www.bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-tacoma/2016-and-up/front-lifts-2/icon-6-front-lift-2-5-700lb-coilovers-with-reservoirs-for-procomp-6-for-2005-2020-toyota-tacoma/
Would these fit a 1999 Tacoma with a six inch lift?
What springs would fit these? Thank you
Q Would these fit a 1999 Tacoma with a six inch lift? What springs would fit these? Thank you answer nowA will not fit 1999 they are for RCD subframe cross-member kit with custom spindles you can't achieve 5'' only with coils
Is this shock adjustable? If so what are the adjustment heights?
Q Is this shock adjustable? If so what are the adjustment heights? answer nowA These shocks are not height adjustable, they are for 5'' RCD lift kit
What springs do I need to get with these? And will this take away my spacer?
Q What springs do I need to get with these? And will this take away my spacer? answer nowA These shocks are replacement shocks from 6” rcd lift kit which utilizes crossmember, spindles and a lot of other components. You can’t put these on a stock car without other mods.
I have a 2011 Toyota Tacoma with 5 inch pro comp lift can I get these shocks with the 650 or 700 lbs coil overs already on the shocks and what would be the # on the back shocks bilstien #
- Do these bilsteins have two settings? One for a 4" lift application and one for a 6" application? Or is it one setting that can be used for both lift heights?
- What type of spring does this shock require?
Q What type of spring does this shock require? answer nowA These shocks are from a 4.5-5" RCD lift kit that utilizes stock coils: https://bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-tacoma/2005-2015/5-inch-rcd-suspension-lift-kit-for-toyota-tacoma-2005-10-47405/
Can I pair this with the Toytec 600lb or 620lb spring on a 6" lift kit?
Q Can I pair this with the Toytec 600lb or 620lb spring on a 6" lift kit? answer nowA You may try to but only in case you have additional constant load. It is not recommended to stack lifts - can be harmful
Are these still available? And are there any pictures?
Q Are these still available? And are there any pictures? answer nowA Yes they are available. These shocks will not lift your truck by themselves - some lift kit options as add-a-leafs or longer coils or maybe spacers will be required for a lift. These shocks are only longer then the stock shock - designed for use with the existing lift.
Can I use my stock spring and strut mount if I used 5 inch lift Bilstein ? Mine is 6 inch subframe lift used stock front strut longer spacer. I would like to put longer
- Can I use my stock spring and strut mount? My truck is 6 inch lifted with spacers using stock coil overs.
- I have a 6 inch Rough Country lift on my 2011 Toyota Tacoma with their longer front struts no spacer. I need a little stiffer strut and was wondering would these work. Thanks for all and any help.