Bilstein 4600 Front, Rear Stock Shocks for 2010-2023 Toyota 4Runner

SKU: 24-187541_24-187558
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Bilstein 4600 Front & Rear Stock Shocks for 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023, 2021, 2022, 2023 Toyota 4-Runner 2WD/4WD

Front Shocks:

Series: 4600

Front Extended Length(in):

Front Collapsed Length(in):

Part Number: 24-187541

Front Shocks Fitment Notes: Without X-REAS Suspension

Rear Shocks:

Series: 4600

Extended Length (IN)22.52 Inch
Compressed Length (IN)14.31 Inch
Upper Mounting StyleStud
Lower Mounting StyleEyelet

Part Number: 24-187558

Rear Shocks Fitment Notes: Without X-REAS Suspension

Fitment: Bilstein 4600 Front & Rear Shocks for 10-’20 TOYOTA 4-Runner 2WD/4WD

Important fitment notes:
Includes 4 Shocks

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      I have a 2013 4runner limited and my XREAS is now leaking. I was looking at replacing the system with the 4600s? My rig is all stock and mostly highway? Any thoughts as to if these will work and what other parts may be needed? Thank you. Also any options on how they may perform compared to what I am used to?
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      Q I have a 2013 4runner limited and my XREAS is now leaking. I was looking at replacing the system ...... Read more answer now
      A I've got a 2010 4runner and my Xreas crashed out on me at 180k. I installed these almost two years ago and they work just as well as the xreas before it failed. My rig is all stock and I use it more for commuting to work than off road. I do do long road trips and these handle great in the mountains, stops the runner from rocking in the corners. It's a bit of a pain to pull the xreas out but after you get that out these go right in no problems. Word to the wise, they don't come with the rubber grommets as mentioned in the other review so either save yours (mine weren't worn so I just re-used); or order new ones from toyota. They are vehicle specific so you can't go to the local auto part store.

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