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Old 04-15-2013, 03:38 PM   #1
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Talking LT kit needed

I'm looking to buy a long travel. Does any one have one for sale ?
I neeeeeeddd one
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Old 04-15-2013, 03:39 PM   #2
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Old 04-15-2013, 03:41 PM   #3
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If you're looking for a used one, check out the buy/sell/trade section on the forum list. Welcome to TW by the way!
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I have a 2006 trd off road 2wd v6. I have bilstiens 5100 front and back
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Thanks you and I dI'd some guy had a nice one for a 1000 but he already sold it.
I'm in north dokota there is nothing to do out here but drink beer make money and off road
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I also have the rear locker I have been on the ball about selling it but I know that I can affored a new truck so ill just fix it up and I have been looking at new and used. I'm not too shur about home much wheel travel I have now but I wanna beable to pismo beach and mexico and any desert withcit so I want an allraound suspension that can get the job done I have about 2500 to spwnd on this project mabe a little more
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Old 04-15-2013, 04:11 PM   #9
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$2500 won't get you much in terms of a real long travel kit. You still need the shocks, bumps...not to mention the rear end, which is more important.
What if get the tc uca and get the lower control arms later. ? And have you hear of the deaver suspension
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Read the LT section . A uca and a lca down the road will do nothing for you .
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Old 04-15-2013, 04:19 PM   #11
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Tc uca aren't long travel. Long travel extends out 2"-3.5" and provides for much more up/down travel. What you'd be doing is considered a mid travel setup...which works for 99.9% of people. If you're trying to get your wings n fly...then long travel would be necessary.
If I were in your shoes with $2500 to spend on suspension, id contact sonny at downsouth motorsports. They are a vendor on this site and have been steering members the right way based on their needs. Check out their website and you can build your own suspension.
I am running the deaver j66 pack, so yeah I've heard of em.
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Do you think 3500 would be good for the front and back I just really want to be able to go fast like 60 or under 60 with the mid travel be suitable for that . And would I have to reinforce anything under the hood ? AND ! As far aas my truck over heating is the stock radtior going to handle ?
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Tc uca aren't long travel. Long travel extends out 2"-3.5" and provides for much more up/down travel. What you'd be doing is considered a mid travel setup...which works for 99.9% of people. If you're trying to get your wings n fly...then long travel would be necessary.
If I were in your shoes with $2500 to spend on suspension, id contact sonny at downsouth motorsports. They are a vendor on this site and have been steering members the right way based on their needs. Check out their website and you can build your own suspension.
I am running the deaver j66 pack, so yeah I've heard of em.
Where do you go off roading at ? And how fast do you feel comfortable going?
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OP, take a look at all the LT stickies
sounds like you have a loooooooooooooot of research to do before pulling the trigger on a kit.
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OP, take a look at all the LT stickies
sounds like you have a loooooooooooooot of research to do before pulling the trigger on a kit.
I'm just not to shur how much travel is necessary for what I want to do. Want to know personal experience s with other people set ups so I can just get an understanding of what sounds good to me
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Old 04-15-2013, 06:03 PM   #16
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Full long travel front will cost you anywhere from 5-8k..done right.
Rear will cost you anywhere from 3-8k..done right.
These are with new parts and fabrication work.
You could always buy used and save but it'll take a while longer.
I have a mid travel setup...king coilovers and camburg arms. Rear is deaver j66 and some 5100(for now).
I've only done about 35-40 mph on roads with minor whoops. For 60 mph+ you're looking at a $10k investment, imo.
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Full long travel front will cost you anywhere from 5-8k..done right.
Rear will cost you anywhere from 3-8k..done right.
These are with new parts and fabrication work.
You could always buy used and save but it'll take a while longer.
I have a mid travel setup...king coilovers and camburg arms. Rear is deaver j66 and some 5100(for now).
I've only done about 35-40 mph on roads with minor whoops. For 60 mph+ you're looking at a $10k investment, imo.
What would you say is an appropriate rear setup to keep up with (for the most part) a TC +2" LT kit?
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Full long travel front will cost you anywhere from 5-8k..done right.
Rear will cost you anywhere from 3-8k..done right.
These are with new parts and fabrication work.
You could always buy used and save but it'll take a while longer.
I have a mid travel setup...king coilovers and camburg arms. Rear is deaver j66 and some 5100(for now).
I've only done about 35-40 mph on roads with minor whoops. For 60 mph+ you're looking at a $10k investment, imo.
How do you like your mid travel. And I would love to buy used bit mot to many people want to part with there set ups. What type of trails are you going threw ? Amd are you running stocl spindles ?
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you need atleast 6k to do long travel


then you need fenders too


get spindles, uca, coilovers, all pro leafs and nice resi rear shocks.....you will be happy.
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Full long travel front will cost you anywhere from 5-8k..done right.
Rear will cost you anywhere from 3-8k..done right.
These are with new parts and fabrication work.
You could always buy used and save but it'll take a while longer.
I have a mid travel setup...king coilovers and camburg arms. Rear is deaver j66 and some 5100(for now).
I've only done about 35-40 mph on roads with minor whoops. For 60 mph+ you're looking at a $10k investment, imo.
I'd say 5-40k . It's 8k new with bypasses , gusseting , fenders .
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