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Pair of Rear Long Travel Shocks for Toyota 4Runner 5th Gen 10-18 2-3.5" Lift

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Teflon Piston Rings, double Chrome hardened rods, metal shock boot to protect rod from damage

Japanese NOK Multi-Lip seals, Fuchs German shock absorber oil, Natural Rubber Bushings for reduced noise vibration and flexibility

Requires bump stop extensions and extended brake lines***
Nitrogen Gas Charged, low pressure gas, reducing reducing oil aeration (shock fade)
Superior Design, thicker walls, longer travel GS59-575
Teflon Piston Rings, double Chrome hardened rods, metal shock boot to protect rod from damage
Japanese NOK Multi-Lip seals, Fuchs German shock absorber oil, Natural Rubber Bushings for reduced noise vibration and flexibility

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Long Travel 2.5-4″ Bilstein 5100 Rear Shocks 1996-2002 Toyota 4Runner

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Long Travel Bilstein 5100 Rear Shocks for 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 Toyota 4Runner

Part: 9602E703

Includes: 2 Shocks (Qty 2 of 33-187174)(to be replaced soon with 33-313146)

Extended Length: 23.5″

Compressed Length: 14.91″

Rod Diameter: 1.81″

Upper Mounting Style: Stem

Lower Mounting Style: Eyelet

These are long travel rear Bilstein 5100 series shocks outfitted to work with your 3rd Gen 4Runner and should only be used with long rear lift coil springs.

If NOT used with coil springs at least as 2.5-4″ long a coils, you will need to hard mount your internal spring bump stops, mount your rear springs to the axle perch, and extend the axle bumps. There is a high possibility of spitting a spring at full droop if you use too short of a coil spring in back.

We still advise checking full compression and droop after install to determine if your 4Runner needs to be bump stopped or if any other mods need to be made to any ABS or brake lines.

The installation of a longer rear brake line is required with these rear shocks.

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    How much should I extend my break lines by? 5 inches?
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    QHow much should I extend my break lines by? 5 inches?answer now

    Aup to 3'' lift OEM brake lines are good

  2. I have a 2001 (1st gen) Tacoma. Will these work with old man emu 2.5-3" lift springs in the rear?
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    QI have a 2001 (1st gen) Tacoma. Will these work with old man emu 2.5-3" lift springs in the rear?answer now

  4. Will these work with arb 2891 spring?
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    QWill these work with arb 2891 spring?answer now

    ABetter for this spring https://www.bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-4runner/1996-2002/rear-lifts-96-02-toyota-4runner/rear-ome-891-coils-for-1996-2002-toyota-4runner/ use these shocks https://www.bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-4runner/1996-2002/shocks-96-02-toyota-4runner/bilstein-0-2-rear-lift-shocks-1996-2002-toyota-4runner/ The ones you speak of are too long for this spring

  6. Will these shocks work with OME 890 rear coil springs? 2002 4runner.
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    QWill these shocks work with OME 890 rear coil springs? 2002 4runner.answer now

    Ayes, they will work with 3'' rear coils

  8. Will these work with OME 861 on a 3rd gen 4runner
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    QWill these work with OME 861 on a 3rd gen 4runneranswer now

    Ayes if you have 3-4'' rear lift

  10. What bushing kit do I get to replace the top bushings? I have a 2001 4runner 4WD SR5 with Toytec Super Flex 024RCB coils
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  12. Will they work on my 1999 pathfinder with 2.5" spacer lift
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    QWill they work on my 1999 pathfinder with 2.5" spacer liftanswer now

    Aunfortunately no for pathfinder

  14. Will these work on a 2005 4runner with a 3" lift?
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    QWill these work on a 2005 4runner with a 3" lift?

    There are no answers for this question yet. Answer now

  16. will these work on a 1990 4 runner with 2.5 inch lift?
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    Qwill these work on a 1990 4 runner with 2.5 inch lift?answer now

    Afor 1990 we can offer https://www.bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-4runner/90-95-toyota-4runner/90-95-toyota-4runner-2wd4wd-3-4-front-3-4-rear-lift-skyjacker-shocks/

  18. Are these the same shocks that are in the Toyota FJ Cruiser 2 inch lift rear rear b8 5100?
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    QAre these the same shocks that are in the Toyota FJ Cruiser 2 inch lift rear rear b8 5100?answer now

    Aplease send us complete info about your truck as follows: Year Model Sub-model (1500 / 1500HD / etc. ) Drive train (4WD / 2WD) Engine (volume, fuel:gas/diesel) Cab (regular, crew, extended) Lift height ( front and rear lift amount if applicable ) Lift type (spacers, spring coils or specify if anything else was applied for the lift) and we'll try our best to find the proper shocks for your vehicle

  20. Will these work on a 2in lift coil spacer for the rear if I leave the shock at the 2.5 setting
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    QWill these work on a 2in lift coil spacer for the rear if I leave the shock at the 2.5 settinganswer now

    AI think it can work with 2'' rear spacer without heavy rear loads, but it will be better to use it with 2,5'' rear lift and more

  22. My 98 4runner has a 3inch rough country lift on it atm. Would these would with my rough country lifted coil springs?
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  24. Can I adjust them to fit my ome 890x? iv seen post that say the ome 890 are only 2.5” And other post saying 3”!
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  26. Is this the Bilstein 4R5100?
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    QIs this the Bilstein 4R5100?answer now

    AIt's 5100 series Bilstein

  28. I’m getting some LC 8 wraps for my 98 4runner. Will these work with tabloids coils?
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    QI’m getting some LC 8 wraps for my 98 4runner. Will these work with tabloids coils?answer now

    AThose* instead of tabloids

    AThese shocks are: Extended Length (IN): 23-1/2 Inch Compressed Length (IN): 14.91 Inch Rod Diameter (IN): 1.81 Inch Upper Mounting Style: Stem Lower Mounting Style: Eyelet Please compare to your old shocks dimensions and mountings (especially collapsed lenght). No less then 2,5'' rear lift is needed for these shocks

  30. im running rear stock lc coils in my 97 4runner, would this fit?
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    Qim running rear stock lc coils in my 97 4runner, would this fit?answer now

    AFor long travel shocks you need to use at least 2,5'' lift coils or higher

  32. Hi! I‘m having a hard time finding these shocks in Germany. Any chance you could ship overseas? Thx
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  34. Is this product priced as a set or each individually?
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    QIs this product priced as a set or each individually?answer now

  36. Hi - Will these work with OME 890 rear springs? Or, should I just get the regular Bilstein 5100 shocks?
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  38. Will these work on a stock height 4Runner?
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    QWill these work on a stock height 4Runner?answer now

    ANo, needs minimum 2,5'' lift or more

  40. I have 3" toytec lift springs in the rear of my 1998 4runner. Should I use these or just the 2.5" bilstein 5100 lift shocks?
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  42. Are these the same shocks that fit a 1st generation Land Cruiser?
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    QAre these the same shocks that fit a 1st generation Land Cruiser?answer now

    ANo, these shocks are: Extended Length (IN): 23-1/2 Inch Compressed Length (IN): 14.91 Inch Rod Diameter (IN): 1.81 Inch Upper Mounting Style: Stem Lower Mounting Style: Eyelet will fit 2010-2017 Toyota 4Runner 2010-2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser

  44. Will this work on a 1997 2WD V6 SR5 model?
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    QWill this work on a 1997 2WD V6 SR5 model?answer now

    AYes, 1996-2001 are the same style 4runners. Should work regardless of 4wd or not.

  46. Does this work on 1999 4Runner 2wd?
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    QDoes this work on 1999 4Runner 2wd?answer now

    AYes

    AYes. Please take measurements of your shocks and compare to these: Collapsed Length (IN): 14.91 Extended Length (IN): 23.5 to be sure

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Rear long Travel


I am starting to think about what i want to do with my 4runner which is in need of suspension. the vast majority of the wheeling i do is more desert environments and dunes rather then rock crawling. (socal) Obviously this is a 4runner and it has some serious limitations relative to rear long travel.

I know the rear 4link does have quite a bit of flex and droop to it. I have searched and search and cannot find an answer to my one question. Assuming there are no shock limitations, no brake lines to worry about, no strength issues of the upper and lower links or even drive shaft slip to worry about. How much down travel can the stock 4link actually handle? is 12-14 inches realistic? More? Less? I know i measured 10inches from the bump stop to the top of my axle with my OME set up installed.

What do you guys think?

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i think to really have travel you have to ditch the stock coil and shock setup and go for the coilovers. and there is pretty much no way to have sufficient up travel without cutting into the cab. you can always box off the shock tower in the cab that way it's still somewhat stock looking.

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maybe @Broker can help a little i know hes got a lot of thought into his rear end and will be changing it soon

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I do have thoughts about what i want to do. I look forward to his reply.

Right now i am not concerned about shocks or placement or anything like that. Just how much travel the stock 4 link can actually handle. Forgot to mention I would not be using the coils and buckets. so those can be eliminated from the equation for now as well.

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can i ask why you would want to keep the stock link system?

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As t4r4life said, it's a little tricky if you don't cut into the cab.

The easiest method is to convert to leafs and then run a cantilevered setup. If you stay linked, you could run a cantilever setup but then your coils would probably be too long (so you'd need a guide post like a coilover) but a coilover wouldn't fit above the axle, so to get around that you could run a trailing arm setup with shorter coils moved forward. At that point I would triangulate the rear, just since it's a more simple and elegant design and then the axle wouldn't be shifting to the side when drooping. This is the route I'm tentatively planning on going...

Here is a quote from @enigmadsmwho I talked to a lot about suspension design.

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I currently have a 3rd gen with an OME lift, and a double cab taco that is long traveled...the ride difference is amazing! then again, so are the creeks, groans, and noises lol.
I'm interested to see how your rear design will look. IMO the rear is more important than up front, and if you are netting 13+ inches of travel up front, I think you're going to want a few more inches than that in the rear. i think you should relook at the shocks and coilover options out there as well. Nothing wrong with Bilstein, but these more expensive brands are worth their weight when you're cycling through whoops and don't want to buck around, plus the shock tuning is awesome.
Have you thought about going to leafs out back with a custom deaver pack? Factory links is sweet, maybe go off that and work up a triangulated rear?

an easy/basic set up that would gain you about 12" of travel would be some simple hoops, but again I think you're gonna want more travel than that....alas, here is a pic for example:
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can i ask why you would want to keep the stock link system?

I would like to try and avoid re engineering all of the geometry of the rear end. In my eyes it doesn't matter how you hold the weight up so that part will come in time, but the geometry of the links is very important. If it is possible i would rather leave all of that there, that is why I want to see how far it can be pushed.

If it is not realistic or feasible I will go a different route, but I just always curious how far it can go.

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As t4r4life said, it's a little tricky if you don't cut into the cab.

The easiest method is to convert to leafs and then run a cantilevered setup. If you stay linked, you could run a cantilever setup but then your coils would probably be too long (so you'd need a guide post like a coilover) but a coilover wouldn't fit above the axle, so to get around that you could run a trailing arm setup with shorter coils moved forward. At that point I would triangulate the rear, just since it's a more simple and elegant design and then the axle wouldn't be shifting to the side when drooping. This is the route I'm tentatively planning on going...

Here is a quote from @enigmadsm who I talked to a lot about suspension design.


i have read through that build extensively and I dont want to go that route. My idea is to run a cantilever system using coilovers rather then leafs.

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I will try to see if I can get a number from frame to axle at full droop to negate any bump stop factor. I think I may be running longer shocks than most so we will see where that gets you. I do know that My axle will droop more than my shocks allow and they are already 25.5" extended. The problem comes in to how much side shift the axle gets at that much droop. (I know you have stated you are not worried about it.

Here is what you are looking at. Again, you can probably get another inch of droop from this point. Up travel will be about what stock is at if you can get the shocks to fit.



And a shot to show the articulated droop it gets with the current combo. No body lift.

Hope that helps ya out a little.

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The pan hard bar is in the way for type of setup.

I am going to look at the possibility of an upper wish bone, longer lower links, and a cantilever coilover shock setup. I have seen this setup on 1st gen runner. owner said it worked pretty good. You can leave the gas tank alone with setup. The wish bone takes place of the pan hard bar and uppers to give you more room.

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I will try to see if I can get a number from frame to axle at full droop to negate any bump stop factor. I think I may be running longer shocks than most so we will see where that gets you. I do know that My axle will droop more than my shocks allow and they are already 25.5" extended. The problem comes in to how much side shift the axle gets at that much droop. (I know you have stated you are not worried about it.

Here is what you are looking at. Again, you can probably get another inch of droop from this point. Up travel will be about what stock is at if you can get the shocks to fit.



And a shot to show the articulated droop it gets with the current combo. No body lift.

Hope that helps ya out a little.
are those shocks the camburgs???? if not what are they because i need new shocks and wanted to match the back to the front!!!

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the geometry of the links is very important. If it is possible i would rather leave all of that there, that is why I want to see how far it can be pushed.

I don't think anyone knows, so they offer you alternatives instead!

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are those shocks the camburgs???? if not what are they because i need new shocks and wanted to match the back to the front!!!

They are the swayaways for a 4th gen 4runner.

I had them on my 06 and wanted to extended length over anything. There were some minor fitment issues with the top mount that had to be addressed when installing. Plus the compressed length is longer than some of the 3rd gen applications out there.

All in all, the articulated compression still puts my 305/70/16's on 2 5/8" BS 16x8's up inside the rear fender about an inch or two. With some clearancing of course

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I don't think anyone knows, so they offer you alternatives instead!

I have a feeling you are 100% correct. A leaf swap has been on my list of options. The more i think about it, they are much easier to build and tried and true. I know i saw a 4th gen leaf swap setup. I need to find that link again. It was a killer setup.

I think that might be the "best" option for me.

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