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ICON Suspension Systems

ICON Shocks

ICON Vehicle Dynamics is one of those companies that just doesn’t mess around. They don’t put out anything that they wouldn’t trust on one of their own trucks or SUVs to hold up to the abuse that blasting through the desert at high speed can bring. Lead by SCORE off-road champion driver and head engineer, Dylan Evans, ICON leads the pack in off road performance suspension, and is continually innovating and pushing the envelope.
ICON is so serious about your vehicle’s suspension that it’s all they specialize in. We don’t know about you, but we like that sort of dedication. The company develops revolutionary high-performance suspension parts by focusing on how to make vehicles perform better in various situations (including improved driveability and more precise handling). Not only do the folks at ICON offroad like no one’s business, but they also handle most of their work in-house. This includes laser cutting, metal forming, CNC machining, welding and assembly. ICON off-road parts are *Tina Turner voice* simply the best.

ICON shocks are made in the US of A (ever heard of it?). They run premium 5WT shock oil, feature a nitrogen-charged monotube design, have 6063 anodized aluminum body and reservoir tubing, and use forged steel mounting stems to ensure a secure installation. And that’s just the beginning. ICON makes shocks that are able to ensure a wide range of temperature conditions and have a heat-dissipating internal reservoir. You can drop the mic now.

ICON lift kits are another way to treat your suspension right. These kits offer additional ground clearance for larger wheels and tires while still providing an excellent, smooth ride. There are six kits to choose from. An entry level kit just provides more clearance and suspension dampening. Once you get to stages 4 and 5, the kits offer parts like reservoirs and high speed handling features.

Not looking for a whole kit? Don’t worry, friend. ICON leaf springs, shocks, and coil overs can be bought separately and sold in pairs. The springs help you maintain load and towing capacities (who else is going to haul your boat to the lake next weekend?). They also ensure less spring fatigue and are engineered to work in both the front and rear of your vehicle. ICON off-road springs also come with a limited lifetime warranty -- like the rest of the company’s incredible line of suspension related parts and accessories.

Whether you want to lift your truck or SUV because you like the look, or you plan to take it off-roading and you’re not interested in bottoming out, ICON shocks and lifts are a great place to start. Check out ICON leaf springs and ICON lift kits to get started, then browse the inventory of air bump stop systems, adjustable track bars, skid plates, shock extensions, and more. What we’re saying is ICON makes everything suspension and shock related. And you get it all with the AutoAnything 1-year price match guarantee.
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Customer Reviews

ICON Lift Kits

Kush Ride

Rides better than stock. Feels great . Sucks up the bumps. Very happy!!! View more reviews...
Posted By Alan C (Antioch, IL) / April 24, 2020
2005 Toyota 4Runner
ICON V.S. 2.0 Shocks

Great shocks, high price

These shocks are a good high quality shock and look great. There are three reasons I did not give it 5 stars. 1. Installation required grinding down the shock tabs so they would fit. 2. Price was high, there are other high quality shocks on the market at a lower price. 3. They did not come with shock boots which I had to purchase separately and they were very pricey after paying for shipping from the manufacturer. My overall rating is 3.5 stars View more reviews...
Posted By James E (KNOXVILLE, TN) / April 23, 2020
2019 GMC Sierra
ICON Control Arms

2003 Toyota Tacoma

Haven't installed yet but they look nice and feel lighter then the other control arms I ordered but ended up returning. We'll see how they function when I install them. View more reviews...
Posted By Ricardo L (MONROVIA, CA) / January 11, 2019
2003 Toyota Tacoma