96-02 4Runner 0-3" Stage 2 Suspension System
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ICON Vehicle Dynamics K53132
The 1996-2002 Toyota 4Runner was an excellent vehicle off the showroom floor over a decade ago, and Toyota’s reputation for reliability and performance continues to draw the attention of both hardcore off-road enthusiasts and newcomers to the “3rd Gen” platform to this day. ICON engineers have assessed the 3rd Gen 4Runner front to back and developed components that work together to extract maximum performance out of the vehicle. With the ICON Stage 2 suspension system on and off-road performance is significantly improved with 2.5 VS Series coilovers and 2.0 Aluminum Series rear shocks,that feature ICON engineered coil springs, vehicle-specific shock valving, FK Rod End bearings, and high-quality CNC-machined components for superior damping and control. The 2.5 VS Series coilovers are height adjustable from 0-3” of lift, allowing the use of larger, more aggressive wheel and tire combinations. Fully serviceable shock absorbers mean that these components can be rebuilt or re-valved as necessary, providing a long service life and the ability to customize the ride quality for unique vehicle setups. The addition of an ICON Delta Joint tubular steel upper control arm kit provides increased wheel travel over stock while also offering alignment correction for improved overall handling. ICON engineered 1" lift rear coil springs are also included to further increase rear end performance. ICON Vehicle Dynamics' 1996-2002 4Runner Stage 2 suspension system is an excellent choice for those drivers looking to enhance the handling characteristics of their 3rd Gen on the road while also increasing overall performance in the dirt.
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WARNING: This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer. Please refer to the "Manufacturer's" website to see if this product contain these chemicals prior to purchasing. If you would like more information on Prop 65 Warnings, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.”