Bilstein 5100 0-2.5″ Front, Rear shocks for 2005-2015 Toyota Tacoma

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Bilstein 5100 0-2.5″ Front and 0-2″ Rear shocks for 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 Toyota Tacoma 6 Lug

Part: 24-186728_24-239370

Bilstein B8 5100 (Ride Height Adjustable) shock absorbers are designed for trucks and SUV’s with a front OE coilover style suspension. Multiple snap-ring grooves in the body allow for different spring seat positions, providing 0-2.5 inches of front lift. The monotube shock absorbers feature a 46mm digressive piston a with self-adjusting deflective disc valve setting. Bilstein B8 5100 (Ride Height Adjustable) shock absorbers provide increased wheel travel and improved handling. Utilizing a B8 5100 (Ride Height Adjustable) shock absorber is the easiest way to level out your vehicle.

Fitment Notes:
  • Front Upper bushings and washers are not included from Bilstein with this part number, order separately if needed.
  • Will not work on the 5-Lug Tacoma.

** Ride heights indicated are typical. Actual ride height is influenced by which factory suspension the vehicle is equipped with and its condition; optional equipment and accessories on your vehicle, and other vehicle modifications such as replacement coil springs, wheel and tire combinations, etc.

FRONT:

2 x 24-239370

Extended Length (IN)22.56 Inch
Compressed Length (IN)17.03 Inch
Rod Diameter (IN)1.81 Inch
Upper Mounting StyleStem
Lower Mounting StyleEyelet

REAR:

2 x 24-186728

Extended Length (IN)22.94 Inch
Compressed Length (IN)14.02 Inch
Rod Diameter (IN)1.81 Inch
Upper Mounting StyleStem
Lower Mounting StyleEyelet

Front shock bushings are not included.

NOTE: rear 5100 shocks are not adjustable
Includes 4 Shocks

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      1. 0 votes
        A Hello Yes, it is suitable for 2005 Toyota Tacoma 4WD trd sport/trd offroad 6 LugFront Notes: Front Lift Height: 0-2.5"Rear Notes: For Rear Lifted Height: 0-1"
      2. 0 votes
        A Comes as pictured.Front shock come without bushings - you can reuse your old bushings or purchase new if needed * * * https://www.bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-fj-cruiser/front-shock-replacement-bushing-washer-kit/ * * *Diff drop kit is recommended for 4WD trucks for 1.5'' of front  lift and more to increase the CV axles life.  
      3. 0 votes
        A 2nd notch adjustment to get 3'' with OME 883
      4. 0 votes
        A The are 4 notches on the shock. The highest notch is for 2.5'' https://bilsteinlifts.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/24-186728-installation-instructions.pdf
      5. 0 votes
        A 5 notches, the highest is 2,5'' lift
      6. 0 votes
        A The 5100's at about 1.5-2 inches might level your truck alone but if the bed sits a little low, the toytec 1" rear block lift should do the trick.
      7. 0 votes
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      9. 0 votes
        A It is not recommended to stack lifts and get more then 3'' - can be harmful for the suspension.Better install these shocks and get the front lift out of their adjustment - the ride quality will be improved
      10. 0 votes
        A Add a leafs can lift it higher then 1'' so shock extenders or longershocks can be needed
      11. 0 votes
        A No, it is not recommended to shack lifts.Can be used on the lowest notch adjustment without spacers if yu are sure their dimensions are similar yo your old shocsk and are safe to use
      12. 0 votes
        A Comes without bushings
        A Rear shocks come with all bushings. Front shocks do not come with upper bushings - you would need to reuse your existing ones.
      13. 0 votes
        A Yes, it will fit.Please do not exceed 3'' of suspension lift - can be harmful
      14. 0 votes
        A Maybe the plugs or abs wires were touched during instalaltion?AS for the tires - 32'' tires will fit, for 33'' minor plastic trimming can be required.Maybe precise castercamber adjustment will help
      15. 0 votes
        A Yes, you may do it, these shocks can be used with front 2'' lift and rear 1'' - 2'' blocks
      16. 0 votes
        A Stock springs are to be reused.The front is lifted by front shocks height adjustment
      17. 0 votes
        A These will not, but these will: https://bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-tacoma/2016-and-up/2016-lift-kits/bilstein-0-2-lift-front-shocks-0-1-lift-rear-shocks-2016-2017-toyota-tacoma/
      18. 0 votes
        A It will work without extra bump stops
      19. 0 votes
        A For the rear we'd recommend 1'' blocks to look like leveeld. Basicly rear shocsk length will allow you to use up to 2'' blocks
      20. 0 votes
        A No need to get new coils, only maybe bushings if your old bushings are not in a good shape* * * https://bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-tacoma/2005-2015/bilstein-height-adjustable-5100-front-and-rear-5100-shock/ * * * https://bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-tacoma/1995-2004/front-shock-replacement-bushing-washer-kit/ * * *
      21. 0 votes
        A This shock is a part of the strut. Do you have TRD Pro or TRD Offroad?
      22. 0 votes
        A Yes, the shocks will fit.You may use 3rd or 4th notch adjustment on the front shocks to level the truck
        A My mechanic said fronts are struts, does this matter? This set says four shocks. It is a stock 2013 Tacoma trd. Will it work.
      23. 0 votes
        A We always recommend test fitment first - it will depend on your truck rims and sprins condition, maybe some trimming or precise castorcamber adjustment will be needed
      24. 0 votes
        A These shocks can be used in your case, but the front height adjustable shocks will have to be set at the lowest notch to prevent getting more then 3'' of total front lift, that can damage the suspension and cv axles
      25. 0 votes
        Q Will these work on a 2010 5 lug? answer now
        Asked on September 24, 2017 10:27
        A We can offer only stock height shocks ( 0'' lift) for 5-lug 1995 -2004 (1st gen) Tacomahttps://bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-tacoma/1995-2004/shocks-95-04/bilstein-4600-front-rear-shocks-1995-2004-toyota-tacoma-5-lug-2wd/FRONT: Extended Length (IN): 13.98 Inch Compressed Length (IN): 9.09 Inch Rod Diameter (IN): 1.81 Inch Upper Mounting Style: Stem Lower Mounting Style: Bar PinREAR: Extended Length (IN): 18.8 Inch Compressed Length (IN): 12.11 Inch Rod Diameter (IN): 1.81 Inch Upper Mounting Style: Eyelet Lower Mounting Style: Eyelet
      26. 0 votes
        A If you want 2'' of front lift and keeep the rake, then the rear is to be lifted 1-1.5'' withs blocks * * * https://bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-tacoma/2005-2015/rear-1-5-inch-block-kit-includes-u-bolts/ * * or add a leafs if towing or carrying heavy stuff * * * https://bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-tacoma/2005-2015/rear-toytec-add-a-leafs-for-2000-2006-toyota-tundra-and-2005-and-up-tacoma/ * * *
      27. 0 votes
        A You'll be able to acheive it by setting the lowest notch on the front shocks - they are height adjustable and will give you 0'' lift on stock coils using the lowest notch
      28. 0 votes
        A You need to take existing measurement to see how much you need to level the vehicle. From center of the wheel hub to the bottom of the fender
      29. 0 votes
        A Yes, it can be used on factory (stock) coil springs
      30. 0 votes
        A The front shocks are height adjustable and allow lifting the fornt end up to 2,5'' using your stock springs.The rear 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.The rear shocks are only longer then the stock shock - designed for use with the existing lift.
      31. 0 votes
        Q Will these shocks fit a 2017 tacoma sr5? answer now
        Asked on June 19, 2017 15:16
        A No, but these will fit: https://bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-tacoma/2016-and-up/2016-lift-kits/bilstein-0-2-lift-front-shocks-0-1-lift-rear-shocks-2016-2017-toyota-tacoma/
      32. 0 votes
        A Yes, theese shocks will work with stocks coils. Front shocks are height adjustable, but rear height will remain the same as it was before the shocks installation.
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      35. 0 votes
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        The front shocks are adjustable. You may set them to the 1st clip to have the front lift without changes or use 2nd clip to have a +0.75'' of additional ift. Please keep in mind that exceeding the 2.5-3'' of total front lift is strictly not recommended without aftermarket longer UCAs or spindles for 2WDs.

      36. 0 votes
        A This shocks will fit Tacoma 2012 Base or PreRunner, but will not fit X-Runner. We can offer OME if you prefer them. https://bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-tacoma/2005-2015/ome-60091-rear-for-2005-toyota-tacoma/ https://bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-tacoma/2005-2015/shocks-05-15/front-0-2-25-lift-ome-shocks-sport-90021-05-14-tacoma-03-09-4runnerfj-cruiser/
      37. 0 votes
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        No

      38. 0 votes
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        OME springs are not recommended to be used with Bilstein shocks

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      41. 0 votes
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        Start with the 3rd clip and go from there. Another option would be to buy adjustable coil overs and adjust them to desire lift. Yes it would be a good idea to gen an alignment done after adjusting vehicle height.

      42. 0 votes
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        We do not recommend using OME springs with Bilstein shocks

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