I'm sure someone has. Better search results usually through Google - http://www.fjcruiserforums.com/forums/suspension-steering-tech/148190-bilstein-5150s.html
I do believe the 5160s are actually the standard rear shock on the 2014 Trail Teams Ultimate Edition (TTUE) as seen here.
That being said, unless you are spending a lot of time running fast off road or just absolutely have to have a remote reservoir shock, for the money the Old Man Emu 60071L is probably a better deal with an extra 2+ inches of travel.
Old Man Emu 60071L - approx $200-215/pair - 11.25in travel
Bilstein 5160 - approx $400.pair - 8.78in travel (Old P/N 25-177909, New P/N 25-227611)
Check out this http://www.fjcruiserforums.com/foru...tch-toytec-superflex-springs.html#post4045545 thread as well, inspired by the 'Superflexy On The Cheap' thread that we're posting in.
Big thanks to Cashnutz73 and mach1dsg for the knowledge I'm just passing along. :bigthumb:
Thanks for the answer, but I was interested if someone tried Bilstein 5160 for Jeep TJ that jtmroczk was talking about. It has 11.95" travel.
Oops, missed that. Apologies. Are those a straight threaded shaft at the top that bolt right up, or do they have a heim joint?
I believe the 5160s for a Jeep will work, although they may require at least a 1.5"
bump stop if running the way described in the link Switawi posted. Here's the specs:
OME 60071L (approx $200pr)
Travel............... 11.25" (approx)
Bilstein 5160 part # 25-187809 (approx $350pr)
Travel............... 11.95" (approx)
Both are the same mounting style, although I'm not sure if the Bilsteins will slide right on to an FJ the way the OME do.