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Old 11-07-2010, 10:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Rear shocks w 5100 up front

I have 5100 up front and 4x4 stock springs in the rear. I also have 4x4 springs. I've been given some new TRD bilstiens for the rear, but not sure if to swap them or leave the 4x4 stock shocks. Or add the TRD or get 5100 for the rear. I rarely hit off roading maybe 1-2 a year. Kinda looking mainly to have a good cheap set up just in case. I've also noticed my front is about 1/2-1 inch highr up front. And tilted some on the DS not sure if my DS springs aren't sitting correctly. So I need help in what to do w the rear in my situation. Thanks
2008 4x2 Sandstorm TT Blacked out, Demello sliders, 5100 Bilstein shocks up front, OME/ICON on the rear, Nitto Terra Grapps(265/70/17)...

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