|Item Weight||28 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10 x 10 x 30 inches|
|Item model number||24-232173/24-186971|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||24-232173/24-186971|
Bilstein 5100 Series Shock Kit for Toyota Tundra 4WD 2007-14 - Includes Front Ride Height Adjustable Shocks # 24-232173 & Rear Shocks # 24-186971 by Bilstein
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- Kit includes Front Ride Height Adjustable and matching Rear 5100 Series Shock Absorbers.
- Front shocks adjustable from .875-2.3" of lift. Rear accomodate up to 1" of lift.
- Kit fits Toyota Tundra 4WD 2007-14.
- Easy to install; direct bolt-on; no modification required.
- Lifetime Warranty
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BILSTEIN 5100 Series Ride Height Adjustable Shock Absorbers are designed for front coilover style pickup and SUV suspensions. With the use of multiple snap ring grooves to position the spring seat at different heights the vehicles ride height can be changed anywhere between 0-2.5” depending on application. Match your ride height adjustable shock with BILSTEIN 5100 Series Rear Shock Absorbers. The 5100 Series Rear Shock Absorber is designed specifically to help your truck, Jeep or SUV reach its pinnacle in ride performance.
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I have a lift in my shop which made the install a little easier because I could bring everything up to a nice working height and raise or lower as needed for optimum comfort. Even with this added perk the front struts are a pain to do. 2 people make the job a little easier so if you have a friend it definitely helps, especially when reinstalling the struts. My wife was there to help me. I muscled stuff into place and she helped position things because I had no free hands.
I used the lowest of 3 settings available because I wanted the smoothest ride possible. It raised the front 1” but maintained OEM ride quality. (To the best I can remember) The kit included everything needed for the install but did not include new rubber bushings for the top of the shocks. I reused my old ones because they were still in good shape. Front right strut took about 1.5 hrs. Front left took 45 minutes because I knew what I had to do at that point. Both rear shocks took about 45 minutes total. Be sure and buy a spring compression tool or rent one for free from your local auto parts store. (I rented one from oreillys because this isn’t something I will use very often) It is much easier to do with the tool and may be extremely difficult/dangerous without them.
Also, if you haven’t already, be sure and watch some install videos on YouTube to get an idea of what you need to do and what all is involved. I’m a seasoned diy mechanic having rebuilt my Jeep from the frame up but the videos let you know just what you need to remove and what doesn’t. Saves some time learning from someone who has already done it.
By staffordScott on October 11, 2017
On the middle clip, the truck sits level now, which made a big difference inside and out. The ride is also very improved as well as handling. Overall I'm very pleased with the outcome.
Doing the front ones, these seem longer than the old shocks and required 2 people to compress the a arm down enough for the bottom shock to go into the hole. There was a lot of "encouraging" parts for them to line up, the spacers included in the kit does not fit over the threaded portion of the shocks. The back shocks I was looking forwards to as it should have been super easy... the old bushings does not fit over the collar/spacer on the top of the rear shocks. Drilling was done to both washer and bushing (3 bushings were used to eat up all the excess space).
Everything finally went on (took all day, and 3 people). I am a little concerned as these shocks seem to have steep angles on the top a arm, cv axle. I will keep an eye out on how they do in the next month or so.
couple of the bolts were a little rusty, seeing the truck (2007 Toyota tundra) is over ten years old and 450.000 miles (yes four hundred and fifty thousand miles.)
I drove it to work today two hundred miles back and forth, it ran pretty decent and like a brand new truck again.