How to Install Toyota Pickup Shocks?

Answer Toyota's Tacoma and Tundra pickups use shock absorbers to minimize the impact of vibrations and bumps in the road. The shock absorbers, commonly called "shocks," are installed between a pickup's bo... Read More »

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How to Install Shocks in a 1986 Toyota Pickup?

When the shock absorbers on your truck start to go out, the ride will suffer; moreover, the tires will wear unevenly, braking may become erratic, and it won't be as easy to control the vehicle. For... Read More »

How to Install Rancho 5000 Series Shocks on a 1998 Toyota Pickup?

Rancho Suspension makes a wide variety of different types of shock absorbers, including a model called the Rancho 5000. These shocks are designed for light trucks and SUVs, like the 1998 Toyota pic... Read More »

How to Install Shocks on a Toyota Tacoma?

The rear shocks on your Toyota Tacoma do a lot of work. They're designed to cushion the usually harsh ride that comes from a leaf spring rear suspension, but also to help stop perpetual bouncing wh... Read More »

How to Install a Starter in a Toyota Pickup?

Toyota pickups started to become popular in the late 60's and didn't change much until the mid-80's. The engine used in the trucks was either a 20R, 22R or a 22RE model. The 20 and 22R engines both... Read More »