Tokico Trekmaster Shocks Customer Reviews
13 Customer Reviews
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Rolling and shaking is fun during a game of Yahtzee. When you're cruising down the highway, you want as smooth a ride as possible, and Tokico Trekmaster Shocks deliver. Designed specifically for your year, make and model, Tokico Trekmaster Shocks reduce body roll and suspension bottoming, improve steering response and cornering, minimize dive and squat, reduce wander due to side winds, and provide better braking and improved ride quality.
The Tokico Trekmaster Shocks combine Tokico's multi-stage variable-aperture piston and sandwich valve system with a new base valve design that provides a four-stage dual blow-off compression cycle. That means that the Tokico Trekmaster Shocks provide a level of traction, handling and ride quality that other shocks can't touch. With a low mechanical drag rod guide and piston seal design, these Tokico shocks and struts have as much as 65% less mechanical drag than other shocks.
The Trekmaster Shocks are sold individually and are backed by Tokico's limited Lifetime Warranty.
13 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by kenneth f (Birmingham, AL) Reviewed for a 1997 Toyota Land Cruiser — Jun 22, 2012 7:15 AM
Awesome good looking shocks that perform as good as they look I never had a dust cover like these on mine but would of liked a picture of them installed with the zip tie install its simple but some of Us have never used them b4
Reviewed by VICTOR C (Stockton, CA) Reviewed for a 2001 Toyota Tacoma — May 08, 2011 9:26 PM
These shocks improve the overall handling of my truck. Body does not lean that much when taking corners. Rides a little rough. Other than that, I think these shocks are great for the price.
Reviewed by Eddie W (Brea, CA) Reviewed for a 1993 Toyota 4Runner — Apr 11, 2011 8:22 PM
Fells like stock, rubber boots give the shock a offroad feel. One complain though, the installation instruction is wrong, the illustration is incorrect, the locator washer should be on the other side