Toytec-Eibach front coil lift springs for Tacoma, 4Runner

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Description

112620 / 112-620

Toytec Branded, made by Eibach Spring

Sold as a set of (2) front coil springs

***4cyl. 2wd models will see additional lift. **Not recommended for 2wd 4cyl models on 1995-2004 Tacoma and 1996-2002 4Runner.**

1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 Toyota Tacoma  3″ lift (Will not work on stock length shocks)

1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 Toyota 4Runner 3″ lift (Will not work on stock length shocks)

2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 Toyota Tacoma

2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, Toyota 4Runner 2.5″ lift

2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 Toyota Tacoma, 2010+ 4Runner, 2010+ FJ Cruiser  1.6″ lift

 

Will not fit TRD Pro shocks

620LB coils will support additional weight without sagging

Can be used with Bilstein Height adjustable shocks and other lift options for additional lift

For the tall, tough stance that performs just as well as it looks, Eibach Pro-Truck-Lift Kits are simply the state of the art in off-road-ready lift kits.

Engineered with the same technology, craftsmanship and world-class materials that make Eibach springs and other suspension components the choice of champions in NASCAR, SCORE, CORR, the World Rally Championship, and even Formula 1.

Designed to increase ground clearance, for better off-road clearance and performance. The added suspension travel delivers a more responsive, more controlled ride over rough terrain, and gives you the additional wheel-well clearance to use bigger, higher-performance off-road wheels and tires.

Sold as a pair, (2) front coils

Questions and Answers

-Do you make a 600 lbs spring ? Will this spring work with a billstein 5100 shock ? How much lift will come from this spring ? I’m looking for 1 to 2″ of lift.

-The Eibach 112620 is a 620lb spring rate. It was designed to work with the Bilstein 5100’ s. With the 112620 you have two different settings you can use. The first one will give you 1 ½ inches of lift and the 2nd setting will give you a 3” lift.

 

NOTE: Toytec Lifts Suspension parts do not fit 5 wheel lug Tacoma’s. Please check your application before ordering.

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4 reviews for Toytec-Eibach front coil lift springs for Tacoma, 4Runner

  1. 96 Tacoma 4wd 4cl got a full 3 inches at lowest setting on 5100s have winch and winch bumper. Looks and rides great worth the money I payed

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  2. 5 out of 5

    Put these on my bilstein 5100 set at .85. Gave me a 2.5" lift. Truck rides great! Installing front bumper and winch next week so we will see how they support the 195lbs of added weight.

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  3. 5 out of 5

    Great! Made the ride great! Paired these with my 5100s and loving it so far!

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  4. 5 out of 5

    Put these springs in myself after watching a YouTube video. Went well. If you go with full 2.25" lift with the billstein 5100 top setting on these shocks (already had 2" in the rear with an add a leaf), I have vibrations. So, just purchased 3mm degree shims to realign the drive shaft angle to the rear end. Already installed the bearing drop kit.

    As soon as I lifted the front end, the vibration started. Ughh. These shims should help take care of this.

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      A Usually for 4cyl models it gives about 3'' of lift, for single cab 4cyl models - even more then 3''. It is not recommended to stack lifts, the Fabtech kit may not be designed to work with such coils
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      A these springs can be used, but they will require longer then the stock shocks https://bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-4runner/2010-2017/shocks-2003-2012-toyota-4runner/front-0-2-5-adjustable-lift-shocks-2010-2016-toyota-4runnerfj-cruiser/
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      A The Eibach 112620 was designed to work with the Bilstein 5100’ s. With the 112620 you have two different settings you can use. The first one will give you 1 ½ inches of lift and the 2nd setting will give you a 3” lift. Yes, diff drop kit is recommended for 3'' lift. It will be only slightly stiffer then the stock (will depend on your engine weight and weight carried)
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      A The Eibach 112620 is a 620lb spring rate. It was designed to work with the Bilstein 5100’ s. With the 112620 you have two different settings you can use. The first one will give you 1 ½ inches of lift and the 2nd setting will give you a 3” lift.
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      A No, the coil springs that are on the TRD PRO 4Runner are rated 500-550 lbs
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      A It will depend on your front weight - if you have 4cyl (lighter) or V6 (heavier) engine and something like aftermarket reinforced bumper or winch
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      A Basicly exceeding 3'' of total lift is not recommended. You may use higher clips in case you have V6 engine (heavier then 4cyl) and some additional front weight (such as aftermarket bumper and winch) if you make sure the lift you've got is not bigger then 3'' from stock - otherwise suspension damage may occur.
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      A It will depend on your front weight (engine - 4 cyl or V6, reinforced aftermarket front bumper and if you have a winch). Basicly the Eibach 112620 is a 620lb spring rate. It was designed to work with the Bilstein 5100’ s. With the 112620 you have two different settings you can use. The first one will give you 1 ½ inches of lift and the 2nd setting will give you a 3” lift.
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      A It will depend on the weight you carry, but on the lowest setting you will get 1.6" lift (these coils provide lift by themselves), if you set the shocks on the 2nd setting from the bottom you will get extra 0.85" lift, totalling 2.45" lift. More then 2.45'' lift is not recommended on such configuration.
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       We only have them in silver my friend unfortunately

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      A They are 15” long and fully compressed is about 7.5”. The spring rate is measured at about 12”. It has 620 lb spring rate. This means it takes 620lbs to compress them 1 inch. Please keep in mind, that Toytec Lifts Suspension parts do not fit 5 wheel lug Tacoma’s. Please check your application before ordering.
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      A "This particular item represents the Eibach 112620 coil springs with a 620lb spring rate. It was designed to work with the Bilstein 5100’ s. With the 112620 you have two different settings you can use. The first one will give you 1 ½ inches of lift and the 2nd setting will give you a 3” lift. Please, keep in mind that these springs are not recommended for 2wd 4cyl models on 1995-2004 Tacoma and 1996-2002 4Runner, because 4cyl. 2wd models will see additional lift."
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      The Eibach 112620 is a 620lb spring rate. It was designed to work with the Bilstein 5100’ s. With the 112620 you have two different settings you can use. The first one will give you 1 ½ inches of lift and the 2nd setting will give you a 3” lift.

      Please, keep in mind that these springs are not recommended for 2wd 4cyl models on 1995-2004 Tacoma and 1996-2002 4Runner, because 4cyl. 2wd models will see additional lift.

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      A These springs can't be recommended in a great way, because 4cyl front it too light. If you have quad cab 2,7L taco 4cyl with long bed and newer go rough off-roading, and always carry a lot of weight in a cab (never drive alone) you can try, but on a heavy off-road tracks it may cause suspension problems because of a maximum suspension travel without an additional weight on the front. I'd better recommend to look at OME 880 springs https://bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-tacoma/1995-2004/front-lifts-and-coilovers-95-04-tacoma/front-ome-coils-1995-2004-toyota-tacoma-1996-2002-toyota-4runner/ if you hava a 4wd Tacoma.
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