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Has anyone had any issues out of their suspension to the point of have to have the shocks rebuilt or replaced? I have seen on social media where some people have replaced Pro suspension with King shocks or ADS suspension but I'm not sure if they were just upgrading or replaced due to an issue. So just thought I'd open up a discussion about it.

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Any idea of an average life span on how long they should last?

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Any idea of an average life span on how long they should last?

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I've got about 45k miles on mine with lite off-roading (ie very little balls-out whoop-de-do's & such except when I first put them on) and they're holding up great.
 

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Any idea of an average life span on how long they should last?

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I have a 2013 RW and swapped mine at 100,000 and could tell a big difference. So i would think about 80ish, depends on your type of driving. I was mostly on-road but did like to have some off road fun whenever the chance was available.
 

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Not yet, only thing I notice is that its rough when its cold out before you warm up the oil.

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That's something that I've noticed from since I've owned it. Well it's good to know that 47k in and you're problem free. Do you do much off-roading with it or not so much?

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I have 102k on my TRD Pro and no issues yet, drives just as it did when it was new!
Now that's some good news. You keep it on the pavement or do you put it through the paces every now and then with some off-roading?

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That's something that I've noticed from since I've owned it. Well it's good to know that 47k in and you're problem free. Do you do much off-roading with it or not so much?

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I have done about 200-250 miles offroad, mostly dirt roads at medium to high speed(30-75). Couple of ventures down trails.

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I have 86k on my 2015 PRO, no issues with the suspension at all.

I probably have 1500 miles of gravel roads and couple hundred miles on <20mph rough "roads".
 

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Man I thought I drove my truck a lot, you guys got me beat lol. My 2014 is at 61K miles and the last 15k tops have been with the King OEM kit. It took awhile to break in and get that Raptor like feel when you make a turn. Now she's like a couch floating down the road. I take her off road weekly and hit cow ruts at 40-60MPH. Holding up great! I wouldn't worry about it. Even if the factory kit wore out wayyyyyyyy down the road, you could just slap Kings with UCA's on for 4K.

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This seems to be all great news. I just bought my 15 pro yesterday and was wondering the same questions. It has 74k on it and drives like silk. Just took it off road this morning and its great so far. Hope all holds up!
 

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60k on mine and feels the same as the day I bought it. 3 weeks a month I am on rough lease roads in west Texas. But, recently I have been looking at options for whenever the time comes. I just recently put the 6112/5160 combo on my dad's 06 Tacoma and it is very impressive. I know its an apples to oranges comparison, but that may be what I look at when it is time for me to make a move.
 

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2016 TRD Pro - 138k miles

I drive about 150-200 miles a day on oilfield dirt roads. 75k last year. No issues with stock suspension. I am doing BDS 7” Coilover Lift next week, but not because suspension at all. I just want the clearance, height and 37’s
What is the setup that you are running in this photo? Tire size, any lift? Wheel setup? Thanks in advance.

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Now that's some good news. You keep it on the pavement or do you put it through the paces every now and then with some off-roading?

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I keep her on the pavement for the most part but i drive it reallllly hard so its def been put through its paces lol
 
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