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So my uncle had a 2008 Tacoma and had done a shock upgrade. So I used the stock shocks from the Tacoma and placed them on my 2002 Tundra. I gained a much stiffer ride and ride height about 3 inches more. Not sure if this is a set up to keep. Lemme know what you guys think.
 

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I've got a set of '20 taco shocks and have been noodling the idea. Get some hub to fender measurements and flex pics. I can tel the springs look beefier. But everything i read said the spring rates were pretty close.

extend your bumpstops.
Thanks I’ll look into that.
I reused the Tundra springs, placed them in the Taco shocks
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So my uncle had a 2008 Tacoma and had done a shock upgrade. So I used the stock shocks from the Tacoma and placed them on my 2002 Tundra. I gained a much stiffer ride and ride height about 3 inches more. Not sure if this is a set up to keep. Lemme know what you guys think.

I think it's time for some new brakes and calipers. And correct spacers.
 

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I've got a set of '20 taco shocks and have been noodling the idea. Get some hub to fender measurements and flex pics. I can tel the springs look beefier. But everything i read said the spring rates were pretty close.

extend your bumpstops.
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I forgot to add the washers for bumpstock extension when I installed new 5100s, or more honestly, missed it in the instructions until it was months later...
Great reminder to see if I can find those!
 
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