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Fox 2.0 IFP External Reservoir Series 0-1.5" Rear Shock | 2024-2014 Toyota 4Runner (985-24-117)

Part Number: FOX985-24-117 QTY 2
Fox 2.0 IFP External Reservoir Series 0-1.5
Fox 2.0 IFP External Reservoir Series 0-1.5
Fox 2.0 IFP External Reservoir Series 0-1.5
Fox 2.0 IFP External Reservoir Series 0-1.5
Fox 2.0 IFP External Reservoir Series 0-1.5
Fox 2.0 IFP External Reservoir Series 0-1.5
Fox 2.0 IFP External Reservoir Series 0-1.5
Fox 2.0 IFP External Reservoir Series 0-1.5
Fox 2.0 IFP External Reservoir Series 0-1.5
Fox 2.0 IFP External Reservoir Series 0-1.5
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Fox 2.0 IFP External Reservoir Series 0-1.5" Rear Shock for 2014-2013 Toyota 4Runner (985-24-117)

The Fox IFP (Internal Floating Piston) External Reservoir Monotube 2.0 Series shocks is the ultimate cost effective, hassle-free, bolt on suspension upgrade that you can do to the rear of your 2010+ Toyota 4Runner. This revolutionary design features large external reservoir for additional fluid capacity to help deal with harsh off-road driving, yet dialed in internal valving to also handle your daily commute.

  • Rig Position: Rear
  • 0-1.5" Lift Compatibility 
  • IFP (Internal Floating Piston) Monotube Shock
  • Large External Reservoir
  • Billet Aluminum Reservoir Clamp
  • 5/8" Hard Chrome Plated Heat-Treated alloy steel shaft
  • 6061-T6 CNC Machined Aluminum body construction
  • 9.1" of Travel
  • Extended Length: 23.800"
  • Collapsed Length: 14.700"
  • Direct, bolt-on replacement
  • Assembly information: Assembly Information 
  • Install Instructions:  Install Instructions
  • MPN: 985-24-117
  • Fits All: 2010+ Toyota 4Runner
  • Not Compatible with XREAS

 PRICE IS FOR 2 SHOCKS

 

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Jonathan Anderson
2020 4runner Fox 2.0 coilover and 2.0 reservoir.

The 2.0 are a great choice for on/offroad driving. They do very well on rough terrain and prevent bottoming out on high G-out bumps. The rear end feels a little stiff on the bump valving but once the shocks are up to operating temp they soften up really nice. I took it down a really bad trail with whoop sized washboard and the occasional large dip and large bump at 40mph without airing down and it was smooth and good control the whole time. With the better damping you also get less feedback through the steering wheel(wheel jerk) when hitting rocks, bumps and dips. So far after almost 1k miles and about 100 offroad miles it has been a great improvement over the Bilstein 5100s that I had before.

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Jonathan Anderson
2020 4runner Fox 2.0 coilover and 2.0 reservoir.

The 2.0 are a great choice for on/offroad driving. They do very well on rough terrain and prevent bottoming out on high G-out bumps. The rear end feels a little stiff on the bump valving but once the shocks are up to operating temp they soften up really nice. I took it down a really bad trail with whoop sized washboard and the occasional large dip and large bump at 40mph without airing down and it was smooth and good control the whole time. With the better damping you also get less feedback through the steering wheel(wheel jerk) when hitting rocks, bumps and dips. So far after almost 1k miles and about 100 offroad miles it has been a great improvement over the Bilstein 5100s that I had before.