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The ever popular Bilstein HD shocks are a great replacement for those worn out OE shocks.

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2001-2004 Sequoia SR5/Limited without electronic suspension
2005-07 Sequoia without electronic suspension and without air suspension
2000-2006 Tundra


Front - Part #: 24-185387...... $87.88 + FREE US shipping.



Rear - Part #: 24-185394...... $76.95 + FREE US shipping.



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Are these the stock PN's or, or similar to, the OE TRD package?
'04 TRD SR5 double-cab full bed, I have 100k/8+yrs on mine and they still work perfectly. But, because these are completely rusted, I'll be replacing them with another set soon.
 

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Yes, they are very similar but I believe the valving is different. They would be very comparable in ride though.
 

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Shocks.

So the local Toyota Dealer said I needed new Shocks all around. They quoted me $1,800 with installation. I have a 2005 Tundra and I am thinking... does that sound correct or are they just thinking I am a sucker? I am thinking about the Bilsteins. I am willing to just buy them and do them myself. Could anyone give any suggestions as to what shocks I should get?
 

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Shocks.

So the local Toyota Dealer said I needed new Shocks all around. They quoted me $1,800 with installation. I have a 2005 Tundra and I am thinking... does that sound correct or are they just thinking I am a sucker? I am thinking about the Bilsteins. I am willing to just buy them and do them myself. Could anyone give any suggestions as to what shocks I should get?
Hes trying to catch him a fat fish!
Do it yourself and save the $, you even just take front strut assembly and bring to a local auto mech shop and have them do the swap for under 50$ and you just have to throw them back on the truck. Call it a day and all for under 400$, big difference.
 
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