2011 Toyota 4Runner Trail 4dr SUV 4WD (4.0L 6cyl 5A)
In an earlier post, a consumer commented on the weakness of the Toyota OEM shocks.
The comment is inaccurate.
The poster describes a condition which is clearly the result of driving style, not the performance of a 5,000lb truck.
If you drive a truck the same as you may drive a BMW, the results will be dramatic and perhaps traumatic.
Changing to Bilstein shocks will not help this problem. The shocks are fine.
It ain't the car.
And no, I do not work with or for Toyota in any way.
i have been in the automotive biz my entire life and involved with motorsports for 30+ year, but never with Toyota.
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