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Hey guys -

I have searched all over the net to find an answer to this, but have not been able to get a straight answer.

About to purchase a 2013 RCSB 4x4 with the SR5 package. Wanted the offroad package but there weren't many of these left with this package and the color I wanted. I also don't want to do any aftermarket suspension/lifts with this and want to stay as OEM as possible.

So figured I would just upgrade the shocks to the OEM BILSTEINS (the ones that comes with the offroad package).

Here are the part numbers for the OEM BILSTEINS for both the front and rear if any of you are interested:

ABSORBER ASSY, SHOCK, FRONT LH
ABSORBER ASSY, SHOCK, FRONT RH
Part Notes: 4WD, W/OFFROAD PACKAGE, W/O CREW MAX
part number: 48510-09R10

ABSORBER ASSY, SHOCK, REAR RH
ABSORBER ASSY, SHOCK, REAR LH
Part Notes: 4WD, W/OFFROAD PACKAGE, W/O CREW MAX
part number: 48530-09N40

The OEM Bilsteins appear to be the same part number for all configurations and trims (someone correct me if I am wrong) on the Tundra with the OFFROAD package or the ROCK WARRIOR package.

However, the COIL SPRINGS are not! My question is - even though the part numbers are not the same, are the springs the same? Or are they different for each configuration? (4WD vs 2WD, SR5 vs TRD OFFROAD, standard cab vs crewcab vs crewmax).

The reason I ask is because there is a DIFFERENT part number for the COIL SPRINGS for each and every configuration and trim. They are also priced differently, so they can't be the same, right?

Here is the part number for the 4WD REG CAB (126 inch wheelbase) OFFROAD package:

SPRING, FRONT COIL, LH
Manufacture notes: MARK 48510-0C030,OFFROAD PACKAGE
48131-0C081

SPRING, FRONT COIL, RH
Manufacture notes: MARK 48510-0C030,OFFROAD PACKAGE
48131-0C071

The crewcab and crewmax have different part numbers for the coil springs, as well as the OFFROAD vs regular springs. My question is - ARE THEY THE SAME SPRINGS? Are they progressive/linear like some forums have been discussing? Are the crewmax springs stiffer than the regular cab coil springs?

I am thinking about just upgrading the shocks and leaving the current coil spring I have in there now (non TRD OFFROAD springs).

Anyone have any ideas? I am also going to cross post this on other forums and see if anyone knows for sure.

Thanks!
 

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Hey guys -

I have searched all over the net to find an answer to this, but have not been able to get a straight answer.

About to purchase a 2013 RCSB 4x4 with the SR5 package. Wanted the offroad package but there weren't many of these left with this package and the color I wanted. I also don't want to do any aftermarket suspension/lifts with this and want to stay as OEM as possible.

So figured I would just upgrade the shocks to the OEM BILSTEINS (the ones that comes with the offroad package).

Here are the part numbers for the OEM BILSTEINS for both the front and rear if any of you are interested:

ABSORBER ASSY, SHOCK, FRONT LH
ABSORBER ASSY, SHOCK, FRONT RH
Part Notes: 4WD, W/OFFROAD PACKAGE, W/O CREW MAX
part number: 48510-09R10

ABSORBER ASSY, SHOCK, REAR RH
ABSORBER ASSY, SHOCK, REAR LH
Part Notes: 4WD, W/OFFROAD PACKAGE, W/O CREW MAX
part number: 48530-09N40

The OEM Bilsteins appear to be the same part number for all configurations and trims (someone correct me if I am wrong) on the Tundra with the OFFROAD package or the ROCK WARRIOR package.

However, the COIL SPRINGS are not! My question is - even though the part numbers are not the same, are the springs the same? Or are they different for each configuration? (4WD vs 2WD, SR5 vs TRD OFFROAD, standard cab vs crewcab vs crewmax).

The reason I ask is because there is a DIFFERENT part number for the COIL SPRINGS for each and every configuration and trim. They are also priced differently, so they can't be the same, right?

Here is the part number for the 4WD REG CAB (126 inch wheelbase) OFFROAD package:

SPRING, FRONT COIL, LH
Manufacture notes: MARK 48510-0C030,OFFROAD PACKAGE
48131-0C081

SPRING, FRONT COIL, RH
Manufacture notes: MARK 48510-0C030,OFFROAD PACKAGE
48131-0C071

The crewcab and crewmax have different part numbers for the coil springs, as well as the OFFROAD vs regular springs. My question is - ARE THEY THE SAME SPRINGS? Are they progressive/linear like some forums have been discussing? Are the crewmax springs stiffer than the regular cab coil springs?

I am thinking about just upgrading the shocks and leaving the current coil spring I have in there now (non TRD OFFROAD springs).

Anyone have any ideas? I am also going to cross post this on other forums and see if anyone knows for sure.

Thanks!
Can't comment on the springs, but do yourself a favor and get Bilstein 5100's instead of the stock components.
 
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