Bilstein 0-2.5″ Front 6112 + Rear 0-1.5″ 5160 Lift Kit for 2005-2015 Toyota Tacoma

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Bilstein 0-2.5″ Front 6112 + Rear 0-1.5″ 5160 Lift Kit for 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 Toyota Tacoma

Designed for the serious off-road adventure seeker, the all-new BILSTEIN 6112 Series is the ultimate suspension solution. The 6112 Series optimizes off-road and on-road capabilities with a 60mm digressive piston for increasing damping control. This kit features an adjustable spring seat which allows vehicle leveling, larger tires, and increased ground clearance.

6112 Kit inclides:
  • 2 x 60mm shock absorbers (46-241627)
  • 2 x Billet hard anodizes spring seats
  • 2 x Springs
5160 Series Shocks
  • 2 x remote reservoir shocks (5160 Series) (25-242379 –  rear left, 25-242539 – rear right)
Features (6112 Front kit):
  • Large 60mm body for increased oil capacity, cooling, and long-term durability
  • 60mm digressive piston for improved ride comfort and control over rough terrain
  • Vehicle specific tuning for maximum performance
  • Monotube design for consistent, fade-free performance in all conditions
  • Adjustable spring seat offering 0-2.5” of lift, depending on the application
  • Custom engineered cold wound linear springs for enhanced vehicle control and ride comfort
  • Made in the USA
Lift Height:
  • Front: 0.06-2.5″
  • Rear: 0-1.5″

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5 reviews for Bilstein 0-2.5″ Front 6112 + Rear 0-1.5″ 5160 Lift Kit for 2005-2015 Toyota Tacoma

  1. 5 out of 5

    I installed the Bilstein 6112/5160 combo with ICON 1.5″ Lift Rear Expansion Pack Add a Leaf. I am very happy with this setup. The currently setup for my 6112 is on the 5th clip, giving me approximately 2.46". My overload leaf is still in place. This gave me an even height all the way around. I also installed BFG's 285/70/17, no rubbing at all. This gave me about 1" to 1.5" clearance on my front tires. I currently do not need UCA's installed, but will purchase them in the future. Overall, I'm glad I took this route, rather than paying $3000+ for fox or Kings. I have taken my toy on some trails, I have to say "it rides like butter".

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  2. 5 out of 5

    Installed easily without spring compressing tools just jacks on 2015 Toyota Tacoma trd off road quad cab. Set at highest setting on front coilover added 1.5" add a leaf for the rear with 5160 bilstein shocks.1" diff drop kit was also installed. Overall ride is much better and I can hardly feel roughness on roads compared to stock suspension. I my have to replace weak front driver side needle bearing due to common issue "vibration and low growling sound when lifting 2nd gen yotas. Ecgs offers improved bushing to replace needle bearing. I am very content with the performance improvement!

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  3. 5 out of 5 a followup to my previous review.

    The 30-40 MPH vibration was 2 things; One, it was out of alignment, the alignment helped massively. Second issue was a design flaw on Toyota's CV support needle bearing in the front diff. If you get a vibration that starts at about 30 MPH LIFTED or NOT AND the sound goes away when you engage four wheel drive then you have this issue, look at Toyota TSB: T-SB-0026-15. If the truck is under warranty it is free BUT they will probably argue with you about it being lifted. My truck wasn't under warranty and paid cash for the labor to install a 3rd party bushing. Labor was just over $200.00 bucks (Apr-2016, Southwest Region) and East Coast Gear Supply has a custom bushing to replace the shit needle bearing for 60 bucks. The TSB does include a needle bearing redesign so if you go that route you aren't getting the same poor design. Toyota broke the old bearing taking it out and had to remove the whole front diff. In that process I was given a loaner 2016 Tacoma TRD Sport and it was a wonderful reminder of how shitty the OEM suspension is on these trucks and how tiring I can get driving around all day in my 'old setup'.

    Lastly I ended up putting in the factory overload back in the truck cause I was just carrying too much weight back there. I ground off the forward guide on the overload and cut down the guide rivet on the ICON springs, would probably do the inverse but had already cut the overload guides. Point being that with the ICON AAL's, the Overload, and the shims the back end is at to just over 2" and haven't had issue yet but haven't gone through full travel, firewood season is here though so I'll find soon; I'll post back up if I damage the shocks from exceeding their travel. The reinstalled overload didn't seem to change the ride quality much as you really need to compress that back end to feel it catch.

    Another quick thing to add in, if you assemble these yourself you need a spring compressor that doesn't go 'into' the spring. The front shocks are too big and the compressor 'hooks' didn't fit in with the shock.

    ANYWAY, If you are looking and can afford this setup, do it, (Arnie Voice) do it now!

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    Questions and answers of the customers

    1. A The highest notch for V6 engine and 1 notch lower if have 4cyl engine and no additional constant load carried
    2. A These shocks will offer grater offroad perfomance - for regular ride 5100s will be quite good. AAls can be used with this kit but not required - 5160 shocks can be used either with stock rear height (0'' lift) or with some lift up to 1.5''
    3. Answered by the admin We have just updated the pricing, so it should be cheaper to buy a kit.
    4. A Unfortunatelly we can't offer it for this kit now, it may come only for being assembled by yourself.

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