Camburg Toyota 4-Runner 2wd/4wd 10-22 Bilstein 6112 Performance Kit

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  • Adjustable shocks for 1-2.5″ of lift
  • Increased wheel travel
  • Corrected suspension geometry
  • 100% Bolt On


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With Bilstein’s NEW 6112 line of adjustable shocks we’ve put together a great suspension kit for that customer looking to lift the front of their 4-Runner, improve the ride quality both on and off-road all while staying within a price point that maximizes your gains. The new 6112 is on par with Toyota’s TRD Pro line of shocks that is a substantial $$$ upgrade over the standard OEM shocks.

After lifting your truck, the stock upper arms become the limiting factor and hold back your suspensions performance. Our upper arms address these issues and more.  You can choose between our tubular & billet uniball arms and our tubular X-joint arm depending on your budget and type of use. We’re able to increase wheel travel with a part that is considerably stronger and will last longer under extreme conditions. We also engineered the arms with more caster and changed the camber curve to correct geometry so the vehicle aligns correctly and improves driving characteristics and handling both on and off-road. For more info on all our arms, check out their individual product pages to help make your choice.

We combine these with Bilstein’s 5100 rear shocks that gain more wheel travel and improve the ride for everyday driving.

  • Adjustable shocks for 1-2.5″ of lift
  • Increased wheel travel
  • Corrected suspension geometry
  • Improved ride on & off-road
  • 100% Bolt-on
  • Made in the USA


  • Bilstein 6112 Series Front Coilovers (47-259768)
  • Camburg Upper Arms (Options: Billet CAM-310184 | Uniball w/ Covers CAM-310130 | Uniball CAM-310036 | X-Joint CAM-310079)
  • Bilstein 5100 Series Rear Shocks (33-313146)
Lift Wheel Travel Track Width Wheel Size Max Backspacing Tire Size Install Labor Alignment Specs
1-2.5 in (front) Stock 16-20 in 4.75 in 285/75/16 | 285/70/17 $1,150 + $100 align
  • On rare X-Reas equipped models you will need to remove and drain the short hydraulic hoses that connect to the OEM shocks. There are no electronics and its a primitive stand-alone system connecting the rear shocks to the front shocks hydraulically.
  • With so many variables of wheel sizes, offset/backspacing, tire sizes, brands and styles, the amount of lift and specific suspension components, etc., you may need to trim the plastic inner fenders and/or modify the body mount behind the front tires to eliminate tire rubbing.

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