Wanted to break this out from my other post just in case people didn't read my other thread update. Anyone who's lifted the rear end of your Sequoia with either custom springs or spacers knows and feels the shock topping out issues with the lift. After I lifted mine about 2 3/8" in the back, my shock had only 3/4" left in droop. Not nearly enough for proper shock operation. Going over speed bumps or big undulations had a very odd sharp feel. I started calling around locally for solutions just to find that absolutely no one supports the Sequoia unless it's already done on the tundra.
So I decided to send Brian Jowett an email. I've seen a few of his posts on the Sequoia forum and he seemed knowledgable (little did I know how knowledgable). He told me that he had a chassis outside and was willing to look at shock fitment. A few days later, he emails me and tells me that he has a solution. We worked through some various shock options such as remote, no remote, 2" or 2.5" shock body. I opted for no reservoir because it was one less fitting to worry about. I also wanted to make sure that I wasn't going to have any issues with binding, CV joint angles, brake line length and clearance. Brian checked all of it and no issues. I had my new shocks in hand 6 weeks later. A big thanks to Brian and King for supporting the Sequoia when no one else wanted to. Thank you! I highly recommend you email Brian if you need shocks for the rear. He also knows how to get the custom rear springs too. Brian has the capability to provide a complete lift using King c/o front, custom rear springs w/ King custom rear shocks.
By the way the shafts on these shocks are insanely large and completely beefy!
Here are some pictures,