Nailed it. Walker Evans 2.0's. I did a quick search but couldn't figure out the brand yesterday.What Iconic said - top mount for a front coilover. All the front coilovers have a mount that is similar, some are less pronounced. From the look I would say it is an older Walker Evans.
The fitting is the nitrogen fill port.
Any idea the nitrogen pressure these need to be set at.Nailed it. Walker Evans 2.0's. I did a quick search but couldn't figure out the brand yesterday.
05+ Walker Evans/All-Pro 0-3" adjustable coilovers. These were made by AP using Walker Evans shocks, and Eibach coils (14"/650lb). They are about 6...www.tacomaworld.com
I did and the said they usually set it at 200psi but you could lower it to 150. I already have all the nitrogen setup from doing dirt bike shocks. The vehicle seemed to be rocking and pitching to the point I knew something was not right. I didn't have time to get the wheels off the ground but checked them anyway. They all had about 50psi or less in them. I put the front at 150 and rear at 100 till I can get the wheels off the ground and get them set. That calmed it down slot and made it ride slot better. I don't know if the leaked down or if someone didn't know what they were doing messed with them. If you try and use a air gauge to check the pressure you are going to loose at least have of your charge. It's still has the stock stance back slightly higher than the front. I seen on with the front slightly higher than the back and really liked the way it looked. Not sure what route I want to go to get it level to slighter higher in the front.Around 120-150 PSI but yeah I would contact Walker Evans.