Metal Tech GX460 Rear Coil Conversion Kit Stage 1



SKU: MT-GX470-4002 1 Category:


Metal Tech 4×4 has introduced a complete bolt on rear coil conversion kit for your GX460 to get a true 2″ lift with a coil spring and no longer have to deal with leaky air bags. Œ

With the Lexus GX460 becoming popular among the off road community, people are looking to put a suspension lift on these very capable 4x4s. ŒThe GX460’s came with factory air bags in the rear which are prone to leaking over time and can be very expensive to replace. ŒAnother problem when a person lifts the front of the GX460, the air bags in the rear have to be at their max ride height to keep a level stance which creates a very harsh ride.

The Metal Tech 4×4 GX460 rear coil conversion kit solves all these issues by removing the air bags and in place: stock height coil spring or 2-3″ lift spring can be put in place. ŒæWe achieve this by reproducing what Toyota developed for the Toyota, Prado and 4Runner rear suspension setup. Œ

This basic kit comes with the spring locator and the polyurethane spring isolator. Œ

You will need to source the Prado secondary spring isolator which can be found at your local Toyota dealership or junk yard.

This rear coil conversion kit is designed to be used for people who want to get rid of their air bags all together and Œægo to a traditional coil spring at factory ride height or for those that are looking to lift the rear end. Œ

This is kit is 100% bolt on with no additional modifications required. If your intended purpose to is lift the rear end, you will need to disconnect the ride height control computer that is located in the driver side kick panel and the fuse/relay inside the engine bay.

Kit Includes: 1 Pair of Spring Tail Isolators, 1 Pair of Spring Locators, & Mounting Hardware

GX460 Rear Coil Conversion DIY Kit fits the following vehicle(s): 2010-2018 Lexus GX460

Estimated Install Time: 2.5 hours

Additional information

Weight 3 lbs
Dimensions 3 × 7 × 5 in

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2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019

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