I have a 97 tacoma, and just last month I brought my truck into the garage to replace front shocks. I have the 6" trailmaster lift with 2" body lift, and when I got my shocks installed, I had the "toytec" 2 inch coil spacer installed as well. It looked great, had lots of lift, but just recently we exprienced a extreme cold temps and my front-end of the truck has collapsed! My shocks are bottomed out, the coil springs are compressed?? I don't see anything broken and no leaks from the shocks. I was thinking of jacking up my truck and taking a blow tourch to the shocks (from a distance) to heat them up. Any sugestions from anyone would be greatly apricated!! The shocks are life time warrenty, but of course you have to pay the labour $$.