Yes. The front 2 only is a good way to go. i just did all 4 shocks recently. ACC did the work. They ride good. Mine is a 2010 about 100k miles, so I just wanted to do all 4 at one time. Are you leveling the truck or just keeping it stock height?I asked but ACC said the ride would be fine with the stock rear shocks.
Is this ok to do?
I'm sure it'll be close and you could go home, but check with them to be sure.
Peter is a Toyota guy! He was personally restoring a FJ45 the last time I was in his shop. He also drives a FJ60 as his daily driver. He has done work for me in the past and is fare in price, uses quality OEM parts, warranties his work and does a solid job!
Patrick Greer at Greer Automotive Services in Woodstock. He is a Toyota/Lexus fanatic and his shop is normally full of Tacomas, 4runners and Land Cruisers. A few other local Mud members use him. His number is 678-540-7131. Tell him Jason Tubbs referred you. He is honest and upfront about any work done and is fair. Just read his reviews on Google.Sorry to hijack the thread but is there an alternative to ACC for AHC removal around N. metro Atlanta?