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I'm trying to stay with OEM suspension. I found the front TRD spring, PTR13-35140-AA.

This is what I found online:
PTR13-35100 (front shock)
PTR13-35101 (rear shock)

1) can I use the PTR13-35100 shock with this PTR13-35140-AA spring?
2) can I use the OEM rear spring with the TRD shock?

Anything I need to be concerned about? Thanks in advance. I have a 2013 non-trail teams FJ 4x4 automatic.
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Found it!

TRD / Bilstein Suspension kit for the Toyota FJ Cruiser.

Kit includes:

  • 2 Bilstein front shocks (6112's) -
    • PTR13-35141-RF (right front)
    • PTR13-35141-LF (left front)
  • 2 Bilstein remote reservoir rear shocks (5160's)
    • PTR13-35141-RR (right rear)
    • PTR13-35141-LR (left rear)
  • 2 red front coil springs (1" taller than stock - LEVELS IT OUT)
    • PTR13-35140-AA
FJ CRUISER TRD ULTIMATE TRAIL TEAM SUSPENSION KIT
 

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Found it!

TRD / Bilstein Suspension kit for the Toyota FJ Cruiser.

Kit includes:

  • 2 Bilstein front shocks (6112's) -
    • PTR13-35141-RF (right front)
    • PTR13-35141-LF (left front)
  • 2 Bilstein remote reservoir rear shocks (5160's)
    • PTR13-35141-RR (right rear)
    • PTR13-35141-LR (left rear)
  • 2 red front coil springs (1" taller than stock - LEVELS IT OUT)
    • PTR13-35140-AA
FJ CRUISER TRD ULTIMATE TRAIL TEAM SUSPENSION KIT
This is exactly what I have on mine...the Bilstein 6112's came with Eibach springs which I swapped out for the red TRD springs.

In the rear I lifted 1"with Eibach springs...the car's level if not ever so slightly higher in the rear.
 

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This is exactly what I have on mine...the Bilstein 6112's came with Eibach springs which I swapped out for the red TRD springs.

In the rear I lifted 1"with Eibach springs...the car's level if not ever so slightly higher in the rear.
Do you happen to have the part number on the Eibach rear springs you used...?

Also...which notch did you install the cir-clip on the 6112 Bilsteins with the TRD red springs?

Thank you...!
 

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For the circlips/height…I installed both front springs initially at the same height but had to get it corrected due to an an obvious driver side lean…so I ended up doing #1 and #3 (drivers side higher) following this guide from Bilstein:

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This is exactly what I have on mine...the Bilstein 6112's came with Eibach springs which I swapped out for the red TRD springs.

In the rear I lifted 1"with Eibach springs...the car's level if not ever so slightly higher in the rear.
So you replaced your TTUE OEM with the Bilstein + Eibach combo? Any before and after pics? How is the ride?
 

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Ride is great. If I did it again I’d add a spring that is higher than 0.9”. I think Eibach sell 1.2 or higher springs. Mine is level. Super happy w my setup. Not too far from stock but nice knowing all components are new. I’d recommend the SPS UCA’s. I primed and sprayed them red.

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Ride is great. If I did it again I’d add a spring that is higher than 0.9”. I think Eibach sell 1.2 or higher springs. Mine is level. Super happy w my setup. Not too far from stock but nice knowing all components are new. I’d recommend the SPS UCA’s. I primed and sprayed them red.

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How are you enjoying your new ride?

Thank you SO much. You are close enough to me that I can meet up with you in person and compare some notes


NO NEW RIDE YET :(

Fly out Tuesday and drive it back 1100 miles :) Can't wait
 
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