Bilstein 5100 0-2.5″ Lift Front Adjustable Shocks for 2000-2006 Toyota Tundra

SKU: B-6929
4.5 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
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More than 30 available

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Bilstein Front Height Adjustable 5100 shocks for 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Toyota Tundra

Part: 24-261425 (old: 24-188265)

Includes: 2 Shocks 24-261425 (old: 24-188265)

Front 5100 Height adjustable front shocks provide various lift:

Typical Front Lift Height**
location #
crew cab
access cab
crew cab
access cab
41.6″Do NOT use1.88″2.00″
5Do NOT useDo NOT use2.50″2.65″

On Crew Cab 4×4 models, do not use circlip location #5.
On Access Cab 4×4 models, do not use circlip locations #4 or #5.

** 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. Modifying/lifting the suspension to your vehicle may raise its center of gravity and may make it more susceptible to loss of control and/or rollover, which may result in death or serious injury. We strongly recommend that you offset the loss of rollover resistance as much as possible by increasing tire track width, and that you equip the vehicle with a functional roll bar and cage system. Wear seat belts and shoulder harnesses at all times, and avoid situations where a side rollover may occur.

Designed for use with stock coil springs

Not recommended for use with any other front lift products

Priced and sold in pairs
Includes 2 Shocks

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        A if you are using OEM front coils - you can put front shocks on the highest notch settingwith lifted coils you can use these shocks on the lowest notch setting
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        A I have a v8, so does that mean I should use the 3rd clip? How will it give me close to 3" of lift? The diagram said a little over 1"?
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        A They are the FabTech springs and shocks now, wanted to up grade with the Bilsteins 5100.
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        A you technically can, because these can be set at stock height and utilized with a spacer, but do we do not recommend.
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        A Includes: 2 Shocks as shown
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        A It's possible but please not exceed 3''of total front lift - can be harmful for the suspension.We can offer * * *
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        A Hello If you need 2 inch lift you can use stock coils circlip location 4 as in table
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        A Hello These shocks have parameters Extended Length (IN): 18.35 Inch Compressed Length (IN): 13.23 Inch Rod Diameter (IN): 0.55 Inch Upper Mounting Style: Stem Lower Mounting Style: Eyelet Can you compare them with yours?
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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. 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 than the stock shocks - designed for use with the existing lift.
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        A YEs, they will work, but please run them on the lowest notch adjustment not to overlift the truck more then 3'' from stock
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        A These shocks will work.Diff drop kt is recommended for 4WD trucks for 1.5'' of front lift and more to increase the CV axles life.
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        A Yes, exactly - you can remove your spacers and adjust the Bilsteins to have up to 2,5'' lift using your coil springs
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        A The cv axles will hit the lower control arms and will break

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