Project Toyota Tundra Part 10- Suspension by King Shocks


The upper mount uses a urethane biscuit bushing which is much harder than the stock rubber parts.


Like the front, the rear shocks are externally adjustable in compression.  There are 18 clicks of adjustment.  We ran the shocks full soft in the rear and 8 clicks from full soft in the front to make the steering more responsive for better turn in while still having a pretty smooth ride.  If we were going to do some mountain road driving, we would turn up the front compression about another six clicks stiffer.  For offroad use we would probably run the front shocks full soft like the rear shocks..


Howard Watanabe of Technosquare helped us with our install. 


The rear reservoir bolts right in place with the provided bracket.  No drilling or messing around needed!

You can see how much wheel travel the rear shocks have!

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