So, no more Sport mode, right?You just lose the shock adjustments.
I swapped the rears myself last Friday. Haven't driven much on them yet but they seem fine. Sometimes I felt like they were softer than stock, other times it seemed like they transmitted the small bumps more. I really don't have a good sense of them yet. The fronts proved more challenging and I'm paying a mechanic to swap them and do an alignment for me today.have you done the swap yet?
from where did you order the shocks, can you share a link?
I should be able to get a photo when I have the Sequoia back from the mechanic later today. They will fit. That model shock is designed for the 2nd gen Sequoia.Ummm, can you take a picture of the rear shocks (the newly installed ones), i know it is a strange request, but my mechanic (a friend of mine) insists that it will not fit, so I need a picture to shut him up -lol- and show him that it will fit.
Yes, the 4600s are typically yellow w/blue, 5100s are shiny metal w/ black boots. Supposedly the valving and everything is the same other than the 5100s being longer to accommodate a lift. If you're staying at stock height, save a few dollars and go with the 4600s.Thanks for the picture
This B8 5100 not 4600, correct?