2003-2009 Lexus GX470 Base

Part #: E86-59-005-01-22
Pair of Front Coilovers + Rear Shocks + Rear Springs
+1.5-3.0 in Front | +2.2 in Rear

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Out of stock - ETA Aug 2, 2024

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Eibach's PRO-TRUCK-LIFT STAGE 2 combines our threaded height adjustable coilovers and sport shocks for fine tuning of ride height, delivering improved off-road performance.
  • Stage 2 system featuring Pro-Truck-Coilover 2.0's + Rear Sport Shocks + Pro-Lift-Kit Springs
  • Front Adjustable Threaded Spring Perch to Accommodate Increased Loads and Maximum Clearance. ERO Off-Road Race Spring Equipped and Compatible.
  • Anodized 6061-T6 Billet Aluminum Coilover Mounts, 46mm Piston, Monotube Design with Nitrogen Filled Variable Force Valving.
  • Individually Dyno Tested for Matched Performance and Reliability. Heavy Duty Bushing System also Cycle Tested.
  • Engineered, Tested and Manufactured by Eibach in the U.S.A.
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty

Note: We do not guarantee fitment, height or warranties on unlisted applications.

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Average Customer Rating

Better than stock GX

I just finished the pro truck stage 2 install on my 2003 Lexus gx470. The coilovers are set from eibach to have the factory rake. After seeing it completed I wanted to have it more level so I cranked to coilovers to 3' of lift. On my GX it is about 11 visible threads under the seat or 2.60' measured with calipers from the lower mount lip butting up to the bottom of the spring seat. Adjustment can be done on the vehicle with just removing the tire. Put your Jack handle on the spanner wrench or eat your spinach. The system rides incredible, everything feels more planted and I can't even feel little bumps in the road that jar my truck with 5100's. Can't wait to hit the trail.