any links to good quality aftermarket bumpstops front and rear? energy suspension doesnt make them for my tacoma from what i can see
yessir just ordered the rears from mjbtaco now, and thanks for the tip on those front ones!checkout mjb taco on instagram. Hes got a new product, low profile rear bump stops. Also you can get stepped bump stops with 3/8 stud for the front. You can trim them to make em shorter or add 3/8 washers to make taller. energy suspension 9.9101G
after driving a couple weeks on my djm 3/4 kit, i gotta say the ride is vey decent and i dont see a problem on long travels (but hauling loads in the bed might be an issue). just got the low pro bumpstops and i dont even think i need them (but i will still put them in because i have them anyways) just get the correct shocks for the drop and the low stance shoudlnt be an issue for a daily driver in my own opinionContinuing the dead horse beatings... New to posting on the taco forum/ownership and I'm looking for the best all-around 2/3-3/4 ensemble for my daily driver/road trip 01' 2.4 ex-cab (only has 95k). After many hours scraping through every forum I could find I figure I either need a JDM, Belltech or QA1 setup. Priority #1 - ride quality, appearance and handling would be nice but I'd like to keep her riding smooth for long travel. Might run 205/60r16s(?) or whatever you'd suggest. Need help pulling the trigger on a kit/configuration and be done with it. Thanks you dudes for the vast wealth of experience and sorry for this incredibly redundant query.
from what ive heard yes you can use stock shocks..its only recommended to get shorter shocks. so far, i cant recall any tire rubbing, but i havent driven it hard into turns or anythingLooks like it has a really nice stance. Do you ever have issues with Tire rubbing? I'm under the impression that the shock distance remains stock with JTM which would maintain stock ride comfort?
i got the calmax shocks that were recommended by DJM and they are great so far. i cant really give an opinion on belltech vs DJM (assuming you mean DJM not JTM?)Thanks for the advice. I won't be drifting to the grocery anytime soon so looks like that shouldn't be an issue. Any good shock recommendations? And, just for fun, what difference or issue would I run into between JTM vs belltech?