Elka Suspension

'07-Current Toyota Tundra 2.5 IFP Rear Shocks

  • VENDOR: Elka Suspension
  • PART#: ELKA-90261
  • YOUR PRICE: Regular price $999.99

PRODUCT OVERVIEW:

Elka Suspension's 2.5 IFP Rear Shock for the 2007-Current Toyota Tundra is a simple bolt-on upgrade over OEM shocks. They are a gas-pressurized design with internal floating piston to help prevent cavitation and fading.

SPECS:

  • Lift Range: 0 in. to 2 in. lift
  • Shock Model: 2.5 IFP
  • Shock Type: NON-COILOVER
  • Reservoir Configuration: INT. FLOAT. PISTON
  • Body Diameter / Material: 56mm, ALUM.
  • Extended Length: 26.08 in.
  • Compressed Length: 17.22 in.
  • Stroke: 8.86 in.

KEY FEATURES:

  • Firm and stable handling for driving on desert and fire roads (sports car feeling);
  • Plush compliance while off-road driving over washboard;
  • Strong ramping effect for extra bottom-out protection over large dips and washes;
  • Maximum articulation and traction for rock climbing.
  • High-performance off-road capabilities
  • Improved handling and comfort for casual driving
  • Better traction
  • Provides leveling capabilities for better weight distribution
  • Increased protection against bottoming-out

RIDE ENHANCEMENTS

  • Spring setup optimized for each setup
  • Better attenuation of vibration, leading to major noise reduction in the cabin (much less squeak and rattle)
  • Damping characteristics optimized for each truck and setup, providing a smoother ride
  • Increased comfort in both on road and off-road conditions, especially over washboard and square-edge impacts
  • More stable and more predictable handling
  • Reduced front-end diving when cornering or braking
  • Reduced rear-end bucking and lifting
  • Increased damping and spring rate for better handling when towing or loading truck

TECH INFO:

  • This configuration is for use with stock geometry and can accommodate 0 in. to 2 in. of lift with either stock or aftermarket upper control arms.
  • Ride height is preset from our factory at approximately 1.5 in. of lift for a stock truck with stock tires, actual ride height may vary depending on wheels dimensions and upper control arms used.