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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 07-28-2015, 11:29 AM Thread Starter
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Oem coilover and rear suspension

Need to replace the front coil overs and rear shocks and springs on my 2007 fj. All I find is lifted applications when looking for front coilovers, and the stealership wants like 1300 to do fronts and rears. Just parts.

With the 0-3 inch lift coils will I need anything extra parts and such? Also will these "lift coils" wear out other components such as ball joints, rods, and bearings quicker.

This is my daily driver. Minimal off-road.
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You could always do 5100s @0 setting in front, and 5100 in the rear with new/low mileage takeoff oem coils and front tophats/bushings.

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