My buddy has a 2017 Tacoma Trd pro and my My 2017 Trd sport long bed with a rear locker is better off road. 6112/5160 combo for a Tacoma is the best when it comes no maintenance shocks that perform better than the trd pro Fox shocks.
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By Big T
5.0Worth the price.
Pairing these with B8 6112 on front make for excellent ride all around. Installed on 2001 4Runner with 3 1/2” lift net springs, plate bumper w/swing out tire carrier @ 108 lbs.
Step up from Bilstein 5100’s.
5.0Great shocks and looks awesome!!
Great shocks for the money! I combined with Coach builder shackles in the rear for almost 2”
Lift. Also used Bilstein 6112 and shins for 3” lift in the front.
Is this a pair of shocks or just one shock?
Should I order quantity of 1 for the front or 2?
Faiz from on
The BIL25-176414 is a singe remote reservoir shock. They are sold each. They are an excellent choice. They provide excellent ride quality and control. They control
rebound far better than most shocks. The mono tube body and remote reservoir will do an excellent job of dissipating heat as well. Thank You for your question.
Jon Snyder 4Wheelparts
Hi. I have a 2007 F-350 Ford Super Duty with the 6.0 diesel. I am interested in the 5160. Looks like there is a part number for the front but I didn't see anything for the rear. I am planning on putting in a 1 inch leveling kit in the front, might leave it stock haven't decided yet but no more than a inch in the front and leaving the rear stock height. What is the part number for the front and if there is one, the part number for the rear. Thanks
wing nut from Rowley, Mass on
Hello Wing Nut
The BIL25-18779 is designed to fit the front of a 2007 F350 4X4 with 2 to 2.5 inches of
lift. So I recommend lifting the F350 4X4 at least 2 inches in the front. Bilstein does list a rear 5160 Series shock for the 2007 F350 4X4 with 0 to 2 inches of rear lift. It is part
number BIL25-187786. Thank You for your question.
Jon Snyder 4Wheelparts
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