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Have a few of these in stock for anyone in the market!

2016-2022 Tacoma 6-Lug FOX Performance Series 2.0 Snap Ring Coil-Over IFP Shocks (Pair) 985-62-000-2

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  • 0-2" of front-end lift
  • Reuses stock spring and mounting hardware
  • CNC-machined 6061-T6 aluminum shock body
  • Rust & corrosion resistant
  • Internal Floating PIston (IFP) mono-tube design
  • 5/8" chrome-plated, heat-treated alloy steel shaft
  • Includes installation instructions & hardware
  • 1-Year Limited Warranty
Affordable, Performance Front-End Shocks
The FOX Performance Series 2.0 Snap Ring Coil-Over IFP Shocks are designed as a bolt-on replacement for your Tacoma's stock front-end shocks that provide outstanding on- and off-road performance without draining your wallet. The shocks feature CNC-machined, 6061-T6 aluminum bodies that are lightweight and resistant to corrosion and rust. Each shock is an internal nitrogen-charged gas reservoir that is contained by an internal floating piston (IFP). The three predetermined preload settings allow you to set the shocks to your choice of 0", 1" or 2" of front-end lift. Increase the performance and ride quality of your 2016-2022 Tacoma with the FOX Performance Series 2.0 Snap Ring Coil-Over IFP Shocks. Simple Installation
The installation of the shock is fast and easy. FOX designed the shocks to reuse the stock spring and mounting hardware from your Tacoma, which saves time and money. Installation can typically be completed in a few hours, and FOX includes all necessary installation instructions and hardware. To help protect your investment into the future, FOX offers a 1-Year Limited Warranty on their suspension products.
Fitment: 2016-2022 Toyota Tacoma

Notes: For 6-Lug configurations only. Springs are not included, the shocks reuse stock springs and mounting hardware.
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