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Thread: WTB Hilux front springs

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    WTB Hilux front springs

    Anyone in a handy distance from Warkworth/Auckland have a set of standard height front leaf springs to fit a LN106 Hilux

    I have snapped a leaf from one of mine
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    They will be absolutely rooted and so will any original ones for spares.
    Buy some new aftermarket ones, you can thank me later.

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    Im in the same situation, mine are inverted and need replacing. Tried to get them reset but the guys that reset them said reseting hilux spings doesn't last very long and recommended getting new ones. They are about $2000 for the front ones from Toyota, Bindons could get aftermarket ones for about $750 didn't matter what height I got. If anyone knows where to get any cheaper ones (std height) Id be interested to know.

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    Try Don Kyatt's
    09 263 6021
    46 Hobill Avenue
    Manukau City, Auckland
    http://spareparts.donkyatt.com.au/pricebook.php

    Or 4wd Bits
    4WDbits Toyota Hilux All Leaf Spring
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    Cheers VC, I know im being cheap, I need tyres too

    Rusty this is all I have found so far

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    You hit enter before me

    That each or the pair ....?
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    I have recently done me old hilux I have to recommend tough dog shocks


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    Lineside auto.
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    Have had both tough dog and old man emu springs and shocks in the front of my old 106. Ride and handling was best with old man emu but springs sacked out pretty quick(I am pretty hard on suspension tho) the tough dog springs were quite harsh by comparison but held up to hard use and only sagged a bit.

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    Check if its a 5 leaf of a 6 leaf pack. Makes all the difference if you have bar/winch or not etc

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    Have seen them on trademe over the last few months for 500 a set , I need some as well

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    Try King Commercials Rotorua 073574557

 

 

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