You don't need new shocks, but if you want to replace them, now is the best time.SCGeorge said:I currently have RS 5000's on my 2000 V6 Tacoma. I want to do a 3" spacer lift but I need to keep this as cheap as possible due to new tires. I was wondering if I would need new shocks to go with the lift.
yes...but your ride would suck really bad...plus ranchos are bad from all the complants i heard.....replace them with some bilsteins...cheap and good for it's money..get toytec spacers for the price...since they are running a speical...or cornfed..don't know their price..but they are both good stuff...SCGeorge said:So the 5000's aren't limited like the stock shocks are and they are long enough?
I more than likely won`t be able to drop in/help till closer to 5:00p.04RedLobster said:i talked to bryan and we are gonna meet at NTB in the university area around 10:00 or 10:30 on dec 20....yeah..it's a monday..but he has that day off...but if you can't show up that day i think we can move teh dates around a bit...
I second that.....get the Bils.7wt said:The cheapest place I could find the Rancho's was Sears, right at $200. I got a set of Bilsteins HD's from Performance Products for $300 shipped. All I can say is I am glad I got them. The shocks are awsome, they much more firm and don't bottom out but still give a nice plush ride. They totally changed the way my truck rides off road. My advice would be to hold out for the Bils.