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Toytec BOSS Suspension Review (Aluma Coilovers)

Discussion in 'Suspension' started by RevTheTundra22, Jan 30, 2020.

  1. Jul 21, 2021 at 7:48 PM
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    Famof5Tundy

    Famof5Tundy New Member

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    I always find it funnny when people talk rebuilding their shocks or how long they last. 100% some people on here hit it hard and do their own rebuilds if their shocks. However, check the life of most shocks...a car, trick minivan etc.....they have a life span too...and yet I've never known a family member to change any of them...not have I (except for upgrading lifts). It's "all I ever did was change the oil and put gas in it". And..that includes old Tacoma's and 1st Gen tundras... 150+, same shocks...so...don't we think they "should" be replaced then...but...you can also keep on driving...
     
  2. Jul 21, 2021 at 8:00 PM
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    dbldutch

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    Love my toytec kit. Just got it put on my new tundra and it rides like a dream. Only done about 1,000 miles with it but it's great much better than the 5100s that I had on my old tundra.

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  3. Jul 22, 2021 at 3:26 AM
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    OhEmmBee

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    Toyota Tundra Pro Grill Lace On Steering Wheel Cover Garmin Tandem and Mini Dash Cam. Center Console Safe Compustar Remote Start with DM ESP Rear under storage VLED Front & Rear foot well LED Lights Sound Deadened Cab Toytec Boss Alumna lift at 2 inches SPC Upper Control Arms 35" tires on Method 703 Agressive BMC/CMC to fit larger tires. Minor bumper and fender liner trimming.
    It really depends though from user experience though. Some leak from driving in the rough terrain of off roading. Albeit the chances of it leaking when you only use it for driving in the city and to around the town is very minimal. And when I say very minimal. It's VERY minimal. But as I said, people who do go off-roading tend to see wear and tear and the need for rebuild when the time comes. I'm with you though, I feel like the best rebuild is just upgrading.
     

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