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Old 06-30-2012, 05:24 PM   #41
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101.01

What are we bidding on?
lowest without going over bid on LT kit lol.

I think im going to build a kit out of pressure treated wood since there seems to be a market for dirt cheap non funtional LT.
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I did my front and rear for about $5k including material and glass about 6 years ago. When you find things used or new-unused it's better to go that direction. RDC fo life!
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Old 07-02-2012, 11:28 AM   #43
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Don't let people talk u out of going lt if u really want it, just know it gets pricey and don't think u have to have everything at once. Read thru a lot of the builds or the lt forum and u will learn a lot. Like others have said know what u want it for and plan accordingly. Right now Im running the 05+ camburg lt kit with spindles so I'm about 5000-5500 in just the front. It I still want to do triples so I need another 1500-2000 for the front to be almost done(never really done). Starting the rear now picked up some fox 16" dbls for 1100 and am deciding on which sua kit to go so anywhere from 1400-2000. Plus building materials yada yada yada. Hope that helps, so u can get a front kit for 5ish but expect to keep spending...
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I did my front and rear for about $5k including material and glass about 6 years ago. When you find things used or new-unused it's better to go that direction. RDC fo life!
I'm at about the same

Used parts FTW!!! Plus it helps when I spent a fraction of the cost on my LT kit


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lowest without going over bid on LT kit lol.

I think im going to build a kit out of pressure treated wood since there seems to be a market for dirt cheap non funtional LT.
hahahahaha +1
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Old 07-02-2012, 03:53 PM   #44
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do we have a thread on what people have spent so far on their LT?...I'm nearing $13k.....thefuq is wrong with me
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Me and a few other dudes run AP LT in my area, it's not bad. Definitely some bus to work out, and I expected higher quality product for the money. It works well offroad. Not any high speed stuff around here.

However I am not over unimpressed with it. It does work how it is advertised. But my factory Toyota equipment seemed more well thought out. All pro definitely cheaped out on control arm bushings. I also had to beat the SHIT out of my trick to get the LCA'S to fit.
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Old 07-02-2012, 04:18 PM   #46
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do we have a thread on what people have spent so far on their LT?...I'm nearing $13k.....thefuq is wrong with me
I'll be double that in a few months!!! It's a money pit no doubt!
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do we have a thread on what people have spent so far on their LT?...I'm nearing $13k.....thefuq is wrong with me
Why yes we do! I totally forgot about it until you said something

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You guys are spending way too much money,haha
Learn how to build stuff yourself and buy USED parts and you will be out the door alot cheaper
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You guys are spending way too much money,haha
Learn how to build stuff yourself and buy USED parts and you will be out the door alot cheaper
RDC, DR and TTORA classifieds FTW.

i have more "used" parts on my truck than "new" parts... it saves a ton of Benjamins
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RDC, DR and TTORA classifieds FTW.

i have more "used" parts on my truck than "new" parts... it saves a ton of Benjamins
not just in the LT world either!
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