Bilstein 0-2″ Front, 0-1″ Rear Lift Shocks for 2016-2019 Toyota Tacoma

SKU: 24-263108_24-186728
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Bilstein 0-2″ Lift Front Shocks and 0-1″ Lift Rear Shocks for 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 Toyota Tacoma

Part: 24-263108_24-186728

Bilstein B8 5100 Front (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 inches of front lift (depending on application). 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.

Settings:

​1st clip = 0″ (stock)
2nd clip = 0.65″
3rd clip = 1.1″
4th clip = 1.55″
5th clip = 2″ (5th notch not recommended for 4×4 V6/4cyl Access Cab or 4×2 V6 Double Cab 6′ bed)

Collapsed Length (IN): 17.58
Extended Length (IN): 22.22
Collapsed Length (MM): 446.5
Extended Length (MM): 564.5

Bilstein B8 5100 rear shock absorbers are designed as a direct fit solution for lifted trucks and SUV’s. These shock absorbers feature a monotube design which provides consistent fade free performance. B8 5100 shock absorbers utilize a unique, velocity sensitive, digressive piston which reacts to changing road conditions. All B8 5100 shock absorbers are tuned for each specific application to assure optimal performance is achieved. B8 5100 shock absorbers offer a significant improvement in ride quality, handling, and comfort.

Collapsed Length (IN): 14.02
Extended Length (IN): 22.94
Collapsed Length (MM): 356
Extended Length (MM): 582.7

 

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        A Hello IgorThanks for the response. Yes i am going to use the stock coils in the front and the RXT multi rate in the rear at option 2, remove an replace with extra spring supplied. I was wondering why it not recommended and what would be the expected consequences if the 5th clip position is used with stock springs?
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        A You may use spacer or you may leave it as is without spacer because we are and will go lower with come load on You may use spacer or you may leave it as is without spacer because we are and will go lower with come load onhttps://www.bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-fj-cruiser/front-top-plate-spacer-one-14-inch/
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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.png
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        A Hello notch position does not influence the rod travel
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        A These shocks lift only the front.It is not recommended to stack lifts - can be harmful for the suspension and transmission
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        A Bilstein 5100 shocks are digressive valving system which means "the faster you go, the softer  the shocks get"Perfect quality and advanced road handling.You can reuse your old bushings if they are in a good condition.If not lifting the rear - stock rear shocks can be used
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        A We can say that 32'' tires will fit without rubbing with 3'' front lift, 33'' may require some minor plastic trimming.Also precise castercamber adjustment may help
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        A As Acess cab is lighter please try 3-4 notch. I'ts great chance that you'll acheive 3'' of front liftThe link for front is not different, for regulat and acess cab it is not recommended to use 5th notch not to overlift higher then 3'' especially if having light 4cyl engine (V6 is heavier)
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        A Yes, alignment is recommended aftr suspension parts changing
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        A You are quite right.Rears can be used with 1'' blocts or with stock height (0'' lift)
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        A The 3rd gen Tacome will be lifted up to 2'' front lift.For previous gen Tacomas 5100s give more lift
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        A Installation hardware is included, nothing more is needed.Please note that rear shocks willl not lift the truck by themselves - they are for already installed 1'' lift or allow stock heiht (0'' lift)
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        A These kit has front height adjustable shocks, they are able to lift the front using stock coils up to 2,5''the rear shocks are just longer then stock - they allow to use lift blocks if you want but will not lift the rear end by themselves
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        A It is not recommended to stack lifts, but it is possible for the rear end.Fot the front it is not needed - the front shocks are height adjustable and can give you up to 2,5'' of front lift
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        A Yes, it can be used on factory (stock) coil springs. Please be sure you wil not add more then 2'' to the front height
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        A As the 3rd gen Tacomas are already facory lifted at 1'' it is not recommended to lift them more then 2''
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        A I answered my own question. After installation using 0.65 now all 4 wheel centers are exactly 21.5" to the fender edge. Perfectly level.
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        A 1'' blocks may be used
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        A Take it out. You probably don't need it but I'm no expert.
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        A It should get you very close to level. We recommend taking existing measurements of the front and rear from center of the wheel hub to the bottom of the fender to see how much you need to level.
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        A 2016 tacoma TRD 4wd 4 door what tire size can run with these f& R 5100 SHOCKS
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        A ToyTec progressive AALs will give about 3" or more lift in the rear and shocks will be too short.
      36. 0 votes
        A Yes, you are right - the rear end will need some blocks, for example https://bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-tacoma/1995-2004/rear-1-inch-block-kit-includes-u-bolts/ https://bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-tacoma/1995-2004/1-inch-rear-blocks-without-u-bolts/ https://bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-tacoma/1995-2004/1-5-inch-rear-blocks-without-u-bolts/ or add-a-leafs https://bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-tacoma/2005-2015/rear-toytec-add-a-leafs-for-2000-2006-toyota-tundra-and-2005-and-up-tacoma/ (only couple of bucks more, but giving better ride when towing something heavy) to be lifted. As for the front end - it can be lifted with the help of front regulated shocks: 1st clip = 0″ (stock) 2nd clip = 0.65″ 3rd clip = 1.1″ 4th clip = 1.55″Do you need rear 1'' lift blocks for the Tacoma SR5 2016-2017 or for some other years' Tacoma?
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        A Can't be told exactly - it'll depend on your rims and the whole suspension condition (it may vary from truck to truck even in a new cars). So if the 2nd clip will bee too small for the leveling the 3rd can can be tried to be used. Also please keep in mind that the straight leveling may depend on the weight of luggage carried and heavy options (such as heavy bumper or winch) installed.Please keeo in mind, that these shocks will not work for TRD PRO Model, but if you have not TRD PRO but TRD, then these front shocks are advertised to lift front up to 2"". Rear Shocks wont lift the vehicle.
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        A Yes, can be used. It is not recommended only for 4×4 V6/4cyl Access Cab or 4×2 V6 Double Cab 6′ bed.
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        A These shocks will not work for TRD PRO Model, but if you have not TRD PRO but TRD, then these front shocks are advertised to lift front up to 2". Rear Shocks wont lift the vehicle.
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        A Unfortunately we do not have a good coil option for the 2016-2017 Tacomas yet.
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        A Can't be told exactly - it'll depend on your rims and the whole suspension condition (it may vary from truck to truck even in a new cars). So if the 2nd clip will bee too small for the leveling the 3rd can can be tried to be used. Also please keep in mind that the straight leveling may depend on the weight of luggage carried and heavy options (such as heavy bumper or winch) installed.
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        A Hello, Keith. Thanks for contacting our support. As I managed to find out, 5th clip is for 2″ lift. 5th notch is not recommended by lift kit manufacturer for 4×4 V6/4cyl Access Cab or 4×2 V6 Double Cab 6′ bed Tacoma. But if you have a TRD Tacoma, your suspension travel is longer then on other tacomas and the usage of the 5th clip is possible.
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        A Yes rear will work with stock height or 1" lift
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        A Yes. 4 shocks. 2 front and 2 rear

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