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Suspension is one of the most important components of any overland vehicle build. The time, effort, and dollars spent on shocks and springs are realized each and every time you drive. You’ll be reminded of your good (or bad) suspension design on every corner, pothole, washboard road, or Mexican tope.

We chose the tried-and-true Old Man Emu (OME) suspension system for the first build version of our Toyota Pickup. The OME kit is a great value, completely bolt-on, and able to support a fully loaded payload without complaint. After 70, kilometres of overland travel from Canada to Argentina and back along with another 30, kilometres at home, we had zero suspension issues and spent absolutely no time on maintenance.

Despite this reliability, 30+-year-old suspension technology had left us (and our spinal columns) wanting more. We could have simply replaced the worn-out OME Nitrocharger shocks, but additional comfort and performance were in order. This time around, we were willing to spend some money, as well as time on maintenance, to get there.

A great middle-of-the-road suspension option would have been replacing the factory upper control arm with an aftermarket option, allowing for more articulation and the ability to accept longer high-performance shocks, all while maintaining factory alignment specs. This combination works so well because it’s super simple and produces huge benefits in terms of suspension function and passenger comfort. Unlike the plethora of upper control arm options for modern trucks, we didn’t have that luxury with our year-old Pickup. Instead, we went from 0 to 60 really quickly and ordered a Total Chaos +inch Long Travel Caddy Kit.

We’ve been very happy with the Total Chaos upper control arms and Fox shocks on our Tundra, so utilizing similar components on our Toyota Pickup made perfect sense. The chromoly tubular upper and lower control arms bolt to factory mounting locations and use uni-balls in the upper control arms to provide 12 inches of front wheel travel. Yep, that’s about 60 percent more wheel travel than the factory setup. The current version of the Total Chaos kit uses a weld-on shock hoop kit that allows us to remove the factory torsion bars and install an 8-inch travel coilover. Modern suspension performance, here we come!

 

Let’s be honest. Performance on pavement is arguably more important than off-road performance. As overlanders, we likely spend just as much time on the road than off. Sure, we love the idea of driving down the Baja Peninsula, following part of the legendary Baja race route, but to do so usually requires driving hundreds of miles of highway before we even cross the beloved Tijuana border. Want to continue farther south? Well, many of those roads are paved. For example, most of the off-road driving during a Pan-American trip is elective and not required to reach the bottom of Argentina.

Optimizing on-road performance is one of the many reasons why we’ve decided to keep the truck’s independent front suspension instead of swapping in a solid axle. The Total Chaos long-travel kit allows the truck to stay nice and low, for a lower center of gravity, compared with a solid axle-swapped Toyota. The unsprung weight also remains relatively low, and therefore easier for the shocks to control.

Overall strength may not be required, but the long-term durability of a suspension system is paramount. Have you heard of the Dakar Rally? Yeah, this Total Chaos system is Dakar-proven, so it should be able to handle our long jaunts down dirt roads just fine. The Total Chaos idler arm is definitely something we should have installed years ago, you know, before we replaced the factory unit three times over three years. The rebuildable idler arm bolts in to the factory location and is designed to handle the abuse of larger tires and brutal roads. We’ll store both an idler arm rebuild kit and a pair of spare upper uni-balls in the truck. Based on a 50,kilometer trip, and a conversation with Total Chaos, we likely won’t need to replace them while on the road, but since these are some of the only non-factory wear parts, it makes sense to have a couple on hand.

 

One downside of increased suspension travel is the potential for more wear on the CV axles. Additional vertical movement in the axles means that you could potentially see a premature failure of both the axle and the boot. Unfortunately, Genuine OEM Toyota axles were out of stock, so we chose an aftermarket replacement. We did, however, install Toyota CV boots as their quality is substantially higher than those found on most aftermarket replacements. We’ll set the ride height as low as possible in order to keep the CV angles as close to stock as we can, therefore reducing wear during normal driving scenarios.

 

Predictable and safe handling begins with a solid foundation of a properly designed suspension system. By utilizing factory mounting points and engineered components from Total Chaos, we know that the geometry is correct. The next step was to use springs that support the weight of the vehicle and shocks that are designed to control the suspension movement both off road and on highway.

Our truck is fairly light in the front (even with the ARB front bumper and MS Warn winch) because of the itty bitty L four-cylinder engine. Also, we don’t plan on jumping this little overland truck, so inch long pound/inch Eibach springs up front, and a pair of custom inch long leaf springs will do a fine job of handling the payload. For those dynamic times when the springs and shocks can’t handle the load, the Timbren front bump stops will reduce the kinetic energy in a controlled way.

 

We went back to an old-school trick for the rear suspension. Toyota enthusiasts have used inch Chevy springs for years as a way to gain more travel from a mini truck’s rear suspension. The long flat springs allow for a ride that is softer but that can still provide the payload capacity necessary for an overland build. We purchased Sky’s Off-road Design Kit, which included all of the parts necessary to install the springs. In the past, I have fabricated my own components for similar swaps, but after adding up the cost of materials, it made sense to spend the $ on this kit and save the time.

Instead of picking up a set of junkyard leaf springs, we had Calgary Spring in Alberta build a custom pack for us. An important thing to note with these springs is that they’re so flat to begin with, it’s easy to invert them and permanently bend them. To prevent this, we installed extended-length Timbren rear bumpstops out back.

 

For this build, we installed front and rear shocks from Icon Vehicle Dynamics. Longer travel and better control, due to increased piston area (because of the larger diameter) over stock components, means that the Icon shocks will help the truck handle technical obstacles and high-speed dynamic inputs much better than the stock Toyota or Old Man Emu units. The additional fluid volume provided by the remote reservoirs helps the shocks remain cool and resist fading over long drives on rough roads.

You can’t always have your cake and eat it too. The biggest problem with race car parts is that they come with race car problems. Rebuilds and replacements are expected at more frequent intervals than factory components, but again, we’re not running the Score Baja We anticipate driving on paved roads, lots of gravel, and plenty of rough roads. Short-term, high-impact use (such as a race event) increases rebuild intervals, whereas time spent on paved and gravel roads extends that interval significantly. We’ve never owned Icon shocks, so we thought it prudent to talk to those who have real-world experience. After a few conversations with other long-term overlanders, a local off-road shop, our own experience on Icon-equipped Expedition Overland trucks, and conversations with Icon, we have a good idea of how long we’ll be able to travel between shock rebuilds and can plan around it. A range of 60, to 80, kilometers is common for use cases similar to ours, which will be long enough for the extended trip we have in mind.

 

Since Icon doesn’t have a specific shock for our long-travel year-old Pickup (go figure), we had a conversation with Adrian Aldama at the company to discuss our wants and needs. We provided him with the details on the weight of the truck, max/min shock lengths, and intended use. He then designed a custom set of shocks for our truck. These are valved according to the details above, but since payload can change and road conditions always change, the shocks come with adjustable Compression Damping Control (CDC) valves. The CDC valve is an externally adjustable valve that restricts oil flow into the reservoir, creating 10 levels of compression damping force ranges. Controlling the amount of oil flow externally allows for optimal adjustment damping for varying terrain.

 

To limit the amount of overall maintenance required, we made sure to replace all of the steering components and lower ball joints with Toyota genuine OEM parts. Most of these factory components are sealed and won’t require maintenance. We had good luck sourcing these components throughout the Americas and expect they can be found elsewhere around the world without issue.

 

WHEELS AND TIRES

 

The Total Chaos long-travel kit increases track width by inches overall. We tucked the tires in a couple of inches overall by changing wheels to Fifteen52 TurboMac HD Classics 16&#;8 with zero offset.

 

The Toyota fiberglass high-clearance fenders help to keep a bit more of the tire tread in the wheel well and dirt under the truck instead of covering the side of it.

 

Speaking of tread, this is the first time we’re planning a long-term trip on all terrains. In the past, we were of the mindset that the additional strength of a mud terrain was worth the compromise in road noise and weight. This time, we decided to save several pounds per corner and increase wet weather and winter performance. Our time spent living amongst the Rocky Mountains has taught us that a good all terrain is the choice if flurries are in the forecast. We wrapped the Fifteen52s in Toyo Tires’ new three-peak mountain snowflake rated ATIII tires. The /75R16s have already been proven to work well with the previously installed gears; they can be found worldwide and fit perfectly in the original spare tire location under the truck.

 

DRIVING IMPRESSIONS

 

After all that work, how did it perform?

Our biggest concern about on-road performance was that we would make our Toyota Pickup worse. The truck drove surprisingly well for something that was 30 years old. We assumed there was nowhere to go but down. Thankfully, this truck drives much better on pavement than it used to. There’s a little more body roll through corners (sans sway bar), but it feels planted. This body roll is easily tuned out with a few clicks on the compression damping adjusters. The little undulations in the road, unexpected potholes, and railroad tracks are soaked up without issue. You know those moments when you see a pothole or dip too late and your body tenses, waiting for the impending jolt? That still happens, but instead of bottoming out, the suspension soaks it up and continues on without complaint. I’m thoroughly disappointed that we didn’t have this setup for the countless surprise topes in Mexico.

The slow-speed off-road capability was something I wasn’t too concerned about improving, but the flexible rear springs and long-travel front allow the suspension to articulate significantly more than it has in the past. Keeping the tires on the ground meant that the torsion-style limited slip in the rear differential does its job to keep the truck moving forward.

Driving quickly off road is where this suspension really shines. The bigger the potholes, whoops, or g-outs, the better (to a point, this is still a lightly modified mini truck after all). The faster we went, the bigger our smiles were. We’re suckers for mechanical empathy, especially on long trips, so we don’t plan on being too hard on this little truck, but it’s nice to know it works well when we want it to.

Granted, this evaluation was only over several camping trips, so there can only be so much experiential feedback at this point. You’ll have to be patient for our long-term thoughts as we get more time behind the wheel and on the dirt.

 

COST VS. PERFORMANCE

 

Was it worth it?

Cost is the biggest downside to this suspension system. Without including labour or the replacement factory parts, a similar suspension system costs about $5, more than the Old Man Emu system.

We installed an Old Man Emu suspension on the first version of this build because it was BY FAR the best value for us. Since then, we’ve been exposed to different options. We’ve spent weeks in Harry Wagner’s ADS/Deaver equipped first-gen Tundra, months in Expedition Overland’s fleet of Icon-equipped trucks, and a couple of years of daily driving our Tundra on Fox s. We’ve also been in two Total Chaos shop trucks and a Trophy Truck in the last couple of years. We have become too aware of the performance increase that’s possible with the right parts.

It’s hard to say whether it’s “worth it” for us and impossible to say if it’s worth it for somebody else. The extra $5, spent on this can go a long way to pay for a long-term overland trip. If that amount of money will prohibit or delay a trip, then it’s probably not worth it for you. You’ll have to weigh the pros and cons to see if a setup like this is what you want or what you need.

Did we need this? No.

Did we want this? Absolutely.

 

PARTS LIST

 

# Total Chaos urethane pivot control arms

# Total Chaos idler arm

# Total Chaos weld-on shock hoop

# Total Chaos weld-on truss

CB ICON Vehicle Dynamics emulsion front coilovers

CB ICON Vehicle Dynamics front shocks with piggyback CDCV reservoir

CB ICON Vehicle Dynamics rear shocks with CDCV remote reservoir

S Eibach pound, inch long front coil springs

inch Chevy rear springs, locally sourced at Calgary Spring

TOY-CSPM Sky’s off-road design, Stage 2, inch Chevy spring hanger kit

Timbren extended-length rear bump stops

Aftermarket replacement T axles

Procomp braided steel extended brake lines

T G2 axle inch forged rear wheel spacers

 

PN Toyota genuine lower ball joints

PN Toyota genuine steering tie-rod ends

PN Toyota genuine steering tie-rod ends

PN Toyota genuine steering center link

PN Toyota genuine steering Pitman arm

 

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Best factory-spec front end rebuild parts?


Hi - I am what you might call an infrequent poster, but heavy consumer of information from this site, as I drive a SR5 and my wife drives a SR5. I am hoping to tap once again into the well of knowledge here, but a search did not answer it (a first!).

Anyway, it is now time to rebuild the front suspension on the - it creaks like an old mattress when making U-turns (it has K miles). I want to replace:
ball joints
tie rods
control arms (or at least install new bushings)
idler arm
Pittman arm
CVs
shocks

I have found suspension kits on ebay like these:
https://www.ebay.com/itm/ToyotaAAOSwoXRZjLVD

and a kit from someone called Moog
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What is the consensus on the best parts to keep the front end to factory spec?

And, as a follow-up, what are the consensus reliable (and affordable) CVs?

Thanks!

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I'm new to 4runners but Moog is always a good brand and there's no reason it shouldn't be good on a 4runner. I would stay away from eBay parts, especially for suspension.

For CV you can look into rebuilt ones from AutoZone or any other chain store. They usually carry a warranty as well.


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Hi - I am what you might call an infrequent poster, but heavy consumer of information from this site, as I drive a SR5 and my wife drives a SR5. I am hoping to tap once again into the well of knowledge here, but a search did not answer it (a first!).

Anyway, it is now time to rebuild the front suspension on the - it creaks like an old mattress when making U-turns (it has K miles). I want to replace:
ball joints
tie rods
control arms (or at least install new bushings)
idler arm
Pittman arm
CVs
shocks

I have found suspension kits on ebay like these:
https://www.ebay.com/itm/ToyotaAAOSwoXRZjLVD

and a kit from someone called Moog
Front End Steering Rebuild Kit | Toyota 4Runner

What is the consensus on the best parts to keep the front end to factory spec?

And, as a follow-up, what are the consensus reliable (and affordable) CVs?

Thanks!

Pretty sure the dealer can still get you replacements.
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Hi - I am what you might call an infrequent poster, but heavy consumer of information from this site, as I drive a SR5 and my wife drives a SR5. I am hoping to tap once again into the well of knowledge here, but a search did not answer it (a first!).

Anyway, it is now time to rebuild the front suspension on the - it creaks like an old mattress when making U-turns (it has K miles). I want to replace:
ball joints
tie rods
control arms (or at least install new bushings)
idler arm
Pittman arm
CVs
shocks..

Well ya know that creaking may not have anything to do with your suspension components being in sub par condition, right? Try greasing the steering stops.
If none of those pieces have been replaced in K miles then it would be a good idea nevertheless. Maybe they have though-check 'em out.
I compared options at the parts store when replacing my idler arm and the Moog part looked a lot beefier. Also came with a zerk fitting, so I went with this more expensive piece.
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NAPA chassis parts used to be made by Dana Corp and not sure if that still holds true. As far as I know, they still have a lifetime warranty. Between Dana and Moog, you can't go wrong, IMHO! I'm still a firm believer in grease able chassis parts but that has become harder to find in some cases. Definitely a factor to consider. Rod

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Where are these 2nd Gen parts sold? eBay? I haven't found them.
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I discussed this topic here: Front End Parts

And as I said in that post, I've had a bit of experience in the aftermarket parts world. Yes, for now anyway, Napa premium are made by Dana. Their Altrom line has some of the Senkei/ parts. Beck Arnley are available elsewhere.



As stated above, if you're creaking in a u-turn, it's probably your turn stops. I've also found creaking noises to come from old shocks. Both of those repairs are pretty easy. If you don't have slop or movement in your ball joints, etc., I wouldn't change them. OEM parts are pretty amazing sometimes for their longevity.

And after all of that is said I just re-read your post and saw you talking about your CV's, too. The CV axles can be a pain sometimes to get changed out. If you are going to change all the other components (tie rods, ball joints, sway bar end links) it'll be a breeze to change the CV's. I've found the easiest way to get them in and out is to remove the brake calipers, end links, and upper ball joints, and then I can even get an impact on the axle nuts for the CV. So, bigger bill for all of the parts, but I'd rather do it all at one time.

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Rock auto. I did upper/lower ball joints, inner/outer tie rods, upper/lower poly bushings, and toyota remanufactured cvs. Toyota sold the cvs. I believe rock auto had everything else.

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Rock auto. I did upper/lower ball joints, inner/outer tie rods, upper/lower poly bushings, and toyota remanufactured cvs. Toyota sold the cvs. I believe rock auto had everything else.

I second Rockauto. Best shipping, multiple choices. Just go with a reputable brand and you should be good. I need to swap my Autozone LBJs out with something not garbage.

I did KYB Gas-a-just for the rear shocks, fronts should do fine.

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Moog parts quality and quality control has gone down hill in the last few years. Moog was known for their quality.

If you are truly looking for factory-spec parts, you can't go wrong what was installed from the factory, OE parts.

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I need to swap my Autozone LBJs out with something not garbage.

Hello, you're on T4R OEM, duh!!!!
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Hello, you're on T4R OEM, duh!!!!

It is an unfortunate loop. Break a balljoint on the DD, need one TODAY since its a DD. AutoZone has the balljoint TODAY. I'm going to just order some next time I have cash so when the balljoint day comes around I've got OEMs ready to rumble.

plus they're way expensive. I know. Life saving part. I just check mine once a week to make sure they do not have play.
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    • Toyota Pickup | SR5 | 4 Cyl L, 6 Cyl L | 22RE, 3VZE; 22RE, 3VZE; RNL-GKPSEA, RNL-RKMSEK, RNL-RKPSEK, RNL-GJLSEA, RNL-GJMSEA, RNL-GJPSEA, RNL-GKLSEA, RNL-GKMSEA, RNL-GKPSEA, RNL-RJLSEK, RNL-RJMSEK, RNL-RJPSEK, RNL-RKLSEK, RNL-RKMSEK, RNL-RKPSEK, VZNL-GKPGEA, VZNL-GJMGEA, VZNL-GJPGEA, VZNL-GKMGEA, VZNL-GKPGEA, VZNL-RJMGEK, VZNL-RJPGEK, VZNL-RKMGEK, VZNL-RKPGEK
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    • Toyota Pickup | DLX, SR5 | 4 Cyl L, 6 Cyl L
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    • Toyota Pickup | DLX, SR5 | 4 Cyl L, 6 Cyl L
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    Other Name: Arm Sub-Assembly, Front Suspension, Upper RhPosition: Front Upper RightReplaced by:

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    Fits the following Toyota Pickup Years:

    • Toyota Pickup | DLX, STD | 4 Cyl L, 6 Cyl L | 22R, 22RE, 3VZE; 22R, 22RE, 3VZE; RN80L-TRKREA, RN80L-TRKRSA, RN80L-TRKRSA3, RN80L-TRLDSA, RN80L-TRLDSA3, RN80L-TRMDEA, RN80L-TRMDEA3, RN80L-TRMDEAB, RN80L-TRMREA, RN80L-TRMREAB, RN80L-TRMREK, RN80L-TRMRSK, RN80L-TRSDEA, RN80L-TRSDEA3, RN80L-TRSDEAB, RN80L-TRTRSA, RN80L-TRTRSA3, RN85L-TRLDSA, RN85L-TRLDSA3, RN85L-TRMDEA, RN85L-TRMDEA3, RN85L-TRMDEK, RN85L-TRMDSK, RN85L-TRSDEA, RN85L-TRSDEA3, RN85L-TRSDEK, RN90L-CRLDSA, RN90L-CRLDSA3, RN90L-CRMDEA, RN90L-CRMDEA3, RN90L-CRMDEAB, RN90L-CRMDEK, RN90L-CRMDSK, RN90L-CRSDEA, RN90L-CRSDEA3, RN90L-CRSDEK, VZN85L-THMDEA, VZN85L-THMDEA3, VZN85L-THSDEA, VZN85L-THSDEA3, VZN85L-TRMDEA, VZN85L-TRMDEA3, VZN85L-TRMDEK, VZN85L-TRMREA6, VZN85L-TRSDEA, VZN85L-TRSDEA3, VZN85L-TRSDEK, VZN85L-TRSREA6, VZN85L-TWMREA6, VZN85L-TWSREA6, VZN90L-CRMDEA, VZN90L-CRMDEA3, VZN90L-CRMDEK, VZN90L-CRSDEA, VZN90L-CRSDEA3, VZN90L-CRSDEK, VZN95L-TWMREA6, VZN95L-TWSREA6, VZN95L-TWSREK6
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    Other Name: Arm Sub-Assy, Front Suspension, Upper Lh; Upper Control ArmPosition: Upper Driver SideReplaces:

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    • Toyota Pickup | DLX, SDT, SR5, SR5 Turbo, STD | 4 Cyl L, 6 Cyl L
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    Fits the following Toyota Pickup Years:

    • Toyota Pickup | DLX, SR5, STD | 4 Cyl L | 20R; 20R; RN32L-HDA, RN32L-HDA3, RN32L-KDA, RN32L-KDA3, RN32L-KRA, RN32L-KRA3, RN32L-KRK, RN32L-MDA, RN32L-MDA3, RN32L-MSA, RN32L-MSA3, RN42L-HDA, RN42L-HDA3, RN42L-HDK, RN42L-HRK, RN42L-KDA, RN42L-KDA3, RN42L-KDA3W, RN42L-KDHA, RN42L-KDHA3, RN42L-KDHK, RN42L-KDHK3, RN42L-KDK, RN42L-KDK3W, RN42L-KRA, RN42L-KRA3, RN42L-KRA3W, RN42L-KRHA, RN42L-KRHA3, RN42L-KRHK, RN42L-KRHK3, RN42L-KRK, RN42L-KRK3W, RN42L-MDA, RN42L-MDA3, RN42L-MSA, RN42L-MSA3, RN42L-MSK
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    Fits the following Toyota Pickup Years:

    • Toyota Pickup | DLX, SR5, STD | 4 Cyl L, 6 Cyl L | 22R, 22RE, 3VZE; 22R, 22RE, 3VZE; RN80L-TRMDEA, RN80L-TRMDEA3, RN80L-TRMREK, RN80L-TRSDEA, RN80L-TRSDEA3, RN85L-TRMDEA, RN85L-TRMDEA3, RN85L-TRMDEK, RN85L-TRMSEA, RN85L-TRMSEA3, RN85L-TRSDEA, RN85L-TRSDEA3, RN85L-TRSDEK, RN85L-TRSSEA, RN85L-TRSSEA3, RN90L-CRLDSA, RN90L-CRLDSA3, RN90L-CRMDEA, RN90L-CRMDEA3, RN90L-CRMDEK, RN90L-CRMDSK, RN90L-CRMSEA, RN90L-CRMSEA3, RN90L-CRSDEA, RN90L-CRSDEA3, RN90L-CRSDEK, RN90L-CRSSEA, RN90L-CRSSEA3, VZN85L-THMDEA, VZN85L-THMDEA3, VZN85L-THSDEA, VZN85L-THSDEA3, VZN85L-TRMDEA, VZN85L-TRMDEA3, VZN85L-TRMDEK, VZN85L-TRMREA6, VZN85L-TRSDEA, VZN85L-TRSDEA3, VZN85L-TRSDEK, VZN85L-TRSREA6, VZN85L-TWMREA6, VZN85L-TWSREA6, VZN90L-CRMDEA, VZN90L-CRMDEA3, VZN90L-CRMDEK, VZN90L-CRMGEA, VZN90L-CRMGEA3, VZN90L-CRMGEK, VZN90L-CRPGEA, VZN90L-CRPGEA3, VZN90L-CRSDEA, VZN90L-CRSDEA3, VZN90L-CRSDEK, VZN95L-TWMREA6, VZN95L-TWSREA6, VZN95L-TWSREK6
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    Other Name: Arm Sub-Assy, Front Suspension, Lower No.1 LhPosition: Lower Driver SideReplaced by:

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    Fits the following Toyota Pickup Years:

    • Toyota Pickup | DLX, SR5, STD | 4 Cyl L, 6 Cyl L | 22R, 22RE, 3VZE; 22R, 22RE, 3VZE; RN80L-TRMDEA, RN80L-TRMDEA3, RN80L-TRMREK, RN80L-TRSDEA, RN80L-TRSDEA3, RN85L-TRMDEA, RN85L-TRMDEA3, RN85L-TRMDEK, RN85L-TRMSEA, RN85L-TRMSEA3, RN85L-TRSDEA, RN85L-TRSDEA3, RN85L-TRSDEK, RN85L-TRSSEA, RN85L-TRSSEA3, RN90L-CRLDSA, RN90L-CRLDSA3, RN90L-CRMDEA, RN90L-CRMDEA3, RN90L-CRMDEK, RN90L-CRMDSK, RN90L-CRMSEA, RN90L-CRMSEA3, RN90L-CRSDEA, RN90L-CRSDEA3, RN90L-CRSDEK, RN90L-CRSSEA, RN90L-CRSSEA3, VZN85L-THMDEA, VZN85L-THMDEA3, VZN85L-THSDEA, VZN85L-THSDEA3, VZN85L-TRMDEA, VZN85L-TRMDEA3, VZN85L-TRMDEK, VZN85L-TRMREA6, VZN85L-TRSDEA, VZN85L-TRSDEA3, VZN85L-TRSDEK, VZN85L-TRSREA6, VZN85L-TWMREA6, VZN85L-TWSREA6, VZN90L-CRMDEA, VZN90L-CRMDEA3, VZN90L-CRMDEK, VZN90L-CRMGEA, VZN90L-CRMGEA3, VZN90L-CRMGEK, VZN90L-CRPGEA, VZN90L-CRPGEA3, VZN90L-CRSDEA, VZN90L-CRSDEA3, VZN90L-CRSDEK, VZN95L-TWMREA6, VZN95L-TWSREA6, VZN95L-TWSREK6
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    Fits the following Toyota Pickup Years:

    • Toyota Pickup | DLX, STD | 4 Cyl L | 22R, 22REC; 22R, 22REC; RN55L-KDA3W, RN55L-KDEA3W, RN55L-KDEK3W, RN55L-KDK3W, RN55L-KRA3W, RN55L-KREA3W, RN55L-KRTEA3W, RN55L-MRHA, RN55L-MRHA3, RN55L-MRHEA, RN55L-MRHEK, RN55L-MRHK, RN55L-PDEA3W, RN55L-PDEK3W, RN55L-SREA3W, RN55L-SRHEA, RN55L-SRHEK, RN55L-SRTEA3W, RN75L-KRTEA3W, RN75L-SDTEA3W, RN75L-SDTEK3W
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    • Toyota Pickup | DLX, STD | 4 Cyl L | 22R, 22REC; 22R, 22REC; RN55L-KDA3W, RN55L-KDEA3W, RN55L-KDEK3W, RN55L-KDK3W, RN55L-KRA3W, RN55L-KREA3W, RN55L-KRTEA3W, RN55L-MRHA, RN55L-MRHA3, RN55L-MRHEA, RN55L-MRHEK, RN55L-MRHK, RN55L-PDEA3W, RN55L-PDEK3W, RN55L-SREA3W, RN55L-SRHEA, RN55L-SRHEK, RN55L-SRTEA3W, RN75L-KRTEA3W, RN75L-SDTEA3W, RN75L-SDTEK3W
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    Toyota Pickup Front Suspension Control Arm Sub-Assembly Upper Right

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    Other Name: Arm Sub-Assy, Front Suspension, Upper Rh; Upper Control ArmPosition: Upper Passenger SideReplaces:

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    • Toyota Pickup | DLX, SDT, SR5, SR5 Turbo, STD | 4 Cyl L, 6 Cyl L
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    • Toyota Pickup | DLX, SR5, STD | 4 Cyl L | 22R; 22R; RN34L-HDA, RN34L-HDA3, RN34L-KRA, RN34L-KRA3, RN34L-KRK, RN34L-MDA, RN34L-MDA3, RN34L-MSA, RN34L-MSA3, RN34L-PDA, RN34L-PDA3, RN34L-PRA, RN44L-HDA, RN44L-HDA3, RN44L-HDK, RN44L-KDA3W, RN44L-KDK, RN44L-KDK3W, RN44L-KRA, RN44L-KRA3, RN44L-KRA3W, RN44L-KRHA, RN44L-KRHA3, RN44L-KRHK, RN44L-KRK3W, RN44L-MAD3, RN44L-MDA, RN44L-MRHA, RN44L-MRHA3, RN44L-MSA, RN44L-MSA3, RN44L-MSK, RN44L-PDA, RN44L-PDA3, RN44L-PDK, RN44L-PSA, RN44L-PSA3
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    Fits the following Toyota Pickup Years:

    • Toyota Pickup | DLX, SR5, STD | 4 Cyl L | 22R; 22R; RN34L-HDA, RN34L-HDA3, RN34L-KRA, RN34L-KRA3, RN34L-KRK, RN34L-MDA, RN34L-MDA3, RN34L-MSA, RN34L-MSA3, RN34L-PDA, RN34L-PDA3, RN34L-PRA, RN44L-HDA, RN44L-HDA3, RN44L-HDK, RN44L-KDA3W, RN44L-KDK, RN44L-KDK3W, RN44L-KRA, RN44L-KRA3, RN44L-KRA3W, RN44L-KRHA, RN44L-KRHA3, RN44L-KRHK, RN44L-KRK3W, RN44L-MAD3, RN44L-MDA, RN44L-MRHA, RN44L-MRHA3, RN44L-MSA, RN44L-MSA3, RN44L-MSK, RN44L-PDA, RN44L-PDA3, RN44L-PDK, RN44L-PSA, RN44L-PSA3
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    Other Name: Arm Sub-Assy, Front Suspension, Lower No.1 LhPosition: Lower Driver SideReplaced by:

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    • Toyota Pickup | DLX, SR5, SR5 Turbo, STD | 4 Cyl L | 22R, 22REC, 22RTEC, 2L, 2LT; 22R, 22REC, 22RTEC, 2L, 2LT; LN51L-KRA, LN51L-KRA3, LN56L-MDA3, LN56L-MDCA, LN56L-MDCA3, LN56L-MDCK, LN56L-MDCXA3, LN56L-MDK, LN56L-MDXA3, LN56L-MRK, RN50L-KRA, RN50L-KRK, RN50L-MRA, RN50L-MSEA, RN50L-MSEA3, RN50L-PRA, RN50L-SRA, RN55L-MDA, RN55L-MDA3, RN55L-MDCA, RN55L-MDCA3, RN55L-MDCK, RN55L-MGCZA, RN55L-MGCZA3, RN55L-MRA, RN55L-MRK, RN55L-MSCEA, RN55L-MSCEA3, RN55L-MSCEK, RN55L-MSEA, RN55L-MSEA3, RN55L-MSEK, RN55L-PDA, RN55L-PDA3, RN55L-PDCA, RN55L-PDCA3, RN55L-PDCK, RN55L-PDK, RN55L-PGCZA, RN55L-PGCZA3, RN55L-PGCZK, RN55L-PRA, RN55L-PRK, RN55L-PSCEA, RN55L-PSCEA3, RN55L-PSCEK, RN55L-PSEA3, RN55L-SDA, RN55L-SRA, RN55L-SRK, RN70L-MDCA, RN70L-MDCA3, RN70L-MDCK, RN70L-MRCA, RN70L-MRCK, RN70L-SDCA, RN70L-SDCA3, RN70L-SDCK, RN70L-SRCA, RN70L-SRCK
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Suspension 1994 toyota pickup front

Toyota Pickup
HRBB Hot Rods By Byod Avenger Front: 18x8 +66 Rear: 20x11 +76 | Federal Ss Front: /35 Rear: /35 | Accuair Air Suspension

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Do 18x8 +66 wheels on /35 tires fit on a Toyota Pickup RWD with Accuair Air Suspension?

Yes they do! This Toyota Pickup RWD is running HRBB Hot Rods By Byod Avenger 18x8 wheels, Federal Ss /35 tires with Accuair Air Suspension suspension, and needs Major metal trimming and has Rubs like crazy but who cares. As you can see from the pics this wheel and tire combo can be done!** With this Toyota Pickup, the stance is Tucked. Also remember spacers impact fitment, this ride is running " in front and None in rear.

** We always recommend finding a couple vehicles that have achieved this fitment, as this information is solely based on the owner of this vehicle. Although we review every gallery page, there are so many variables we cannot verify every fitment is possible or accurate. However, if all the other kids are doing it, IT MUST FIT!!

All gallery pages & information are added by the owners, or representatives of the owners of the vehicles. Custom Offsets LLC is not responsible or liable for the information posted on this site. Use at your own risk & always find multiple sources to confirm your wheel, tire, & suspension kit buying decision. views.

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1993 toyota pickup lowering the front via torsion

Lady who was drawing water into a bucket with a hose. Finally I finished, dusted myself off, and found that the level of water in the bucket was several centimeters higher. I wish you a great wash. My sister, and then I followed her, both of us began to laugh wildly. Meanwhile, I straightened and tightened my skirt.

Now discussing:

Front only - only a third. I decided to give up the bra. Then Jackdaw walked over to the kiosk with all sorts of things and began to examine condoms.



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