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I have a 2000 2wd access cab tundra with 180k miles: one of my shocks is leaking so I need to replace it, I have stock springs/shocks with 2" revtek spacers installed. This is strictly a street truck.

What replacment shocks did you use, any recomednadtions for me?
At what mileage did you swap out springs, would this be an option for me now?

Any recomendations on springs, shcoks and parts websites would be greatly appreciated!
 

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Get rid of the revtek spacers and change your shocks to Bilstein 5100's. They will be a better shock upgrade for you while also giving you the ability to adjust them to the 2" lift in the front to level it out.
 

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Get rid of the revtek spacers and change your shocks to Bilstein 5100's. They will be a better shock upgrade for you while also giving you the ability to adjust them to the 2" lift in the front to level it out.
Thats the best way to go, even if you are strictly on-road the ride and feel is much better than OE! I have Bilsteins on my 4runner which has never hit the dirt, and on my 06 Tundra which is always offroad.


See my sig for the best price on either the HD or 5100 series Bilsteins!
 
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