24-186728 x2 24-239370 x2

Bilstein 5100 Monotube Gas Shocks Set for 2005-2015 Toyota Tacoma 2WD 4WD

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24-186728 x2
24-239370 x2

  • Set of 4 Shocks
  • Fits 4WD & RWD vehicles
  • All necessary washers, bushings, and nuts included. Factory shock mounting bolts are reused for installation.

Due to their larger tires and a heightened stance, lifted vehicles place extra demands on a shock absorbers damping ability. The 5100 monotube design and patented digressive valving is uniquely suited to confront these demands. On or off-road, loaded or unloaded, Bilstein shocks instantly react to changing road inputs to maintain a stable, controlled, and comfortable ride. Bilstein's superior monotube high gas pressure design allows the excessive heat from the oil to transfer to the outer surface of the shock body and dissipate more efficiently. The dividing piston also permits the oil to expand as heat builds, preventing aeration (foaming) and viscosity loss. This allows the shock to maintain full damping characteristics as temperatures rise.

We have the entire line of Bilstein products available, whether you want to upgrade, add a reservoir, or find something more affordable, contact us with any questions! 1-800-641-9161

Year Make Model Drive Position Lift
2005-2015 Toyota Tacoma RWD, 4WD Front & Rear Factory

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