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Will TRD Pro suspension kit work on 2024?

Discussion in '5th Gen 4Runners (2010-2024)' started by Redbarn, Mar 11, 2024.

  1. Mar 11, 2024 at 12:42 PM
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    Redbarn

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    Nothing changed so it will fit. But before paying retail look around
     
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    It's the same suspension since 2010. Personally I would buy something much better like Kings, Bilstein or OME.
     
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    If your gonna pay retail price. Yeah kings or fox 2.5 is probably a better setup. But if you can find take off trd fox for say $1200 or less thats a deal. I absolutely love my trd fox suspension. And the travel is about the same as the high end setups. Plus it rides fantastic.
     
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    Wow $2800 for basic suspension kit. That's rip off for what it is.
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    For about the same money you can get insanely good suspension and also can have different lift if needed.
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    For sure and most people that get those don't need them.
     
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    welcome
     
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    Thanks for the quick answer of "yes" within 8 minutes! Looking forward to using the forum more.
     
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    Also a cheaper suspension like Ironman FCP, I have experienced more comfort and more flex than TRD Fox Pro suspension.
     
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    If you look around on your local fb marketplace. You may be able to find a decent deal.
     
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    Whats so "basic" about the Fox setup? Id say its right up there with the kings and $2000 or less dollar shocks (kinda overpriced at retail though)
     
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    My bad. I was comparing with other suspension I got.
    For example TRD Pro Fox are not comfy and have less flex than $1700 Ironman FCP. Plus Ironman FCP gave me a nice lift. Then I was thinking about my ELKA 2.5DC. TRD Pro Fox is pathetic compared to those ELKA. I really miss the comfy ride when I had ELKAs. Ride comfort wise TRD Pro Fox was little closer to Bilstien5100 but surely stronger than Bilstien5100. So I was thinking TRD Pro Fox is basic. But surely comfy than my OME Nitro Sports.

    I don't like to vote to buy TRD Pro Fox used as well as you never know when its end of its life depending on previous owners use.

    Since I'm no expert I could be very well wrong. Just shared what I think based on my experience with other suspension.
     
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    OP, everyone on this forum is going to recommend what they bought, self justification.

    Me personally, mine is bone stock so if I had the desire and found a TRD Pro Fox setup at a fair price, I’d go for it.
     
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