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Old 02-02-2013, 08:30 PM   #1
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Which LT do you Prefer?

Whats up guys just lookin for some insight on what LT kits you guys are running and how you like them. Im leaning towards the TC 3.5 kit but havent compared it to much besides Camburg's kit. Finally have the cash to make the move on this and i dont wanna regret which kit i chose. Any advice is awesome. See you in the dez...
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while i cannot compare products as i am waiting on my TC kit to arrive, the customer service from Total Chaos is fantastic, Pat was able to answer all my questions i had, made suggestions and was very friendly and polite through the whole process.
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between those 2...camburg


i just installed a engage kit...heimed uppers and steering is sweeet.
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Old 02-02-2013, 09:48 PM   #4
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I'm running Camburg kit with Icon coilovers and I'm pretty happy with it.
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I'm running Camburg kit with Icon coilovers and I'm pretty happy with it.
We still havent gone wheeling together
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We still havent gone wheeling together
What are you doing next weekend?
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What are you doing next weekend?
I actually have a 4 day weekend next weekend
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I actually have a 4 day weekend next weekend
Do you plan on making it out?
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Do you plan on making out?
If i get my bumps on and fix my steering i would be down
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I don't have LT but I'm prepared to sell a testicle to have it. In the case I have a buyer for said testicle, I'd go TC 3.5.

This decision is based on no experience at all.
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while i cannot compare products as i am waiting on my TC kit to arrive, the customer service from Total Chaos is fantastic, Pat was able to answer all my questions i had, made suggestions and was very friendly and polite through the whole process.


I hear this a lot about TC over Camburg. I have seen both kits in person and i feel like Camburg has a mean lower but i like TC all together. I also have a wholesale account at a shop and i can get this kit for a grand cheap than the Camburg kit. My plan is to run tc 3.5 with king coil overs. Ordering all gusseting materials so i can stay safe before i get the 1400 spindle. How long is it going to take for them to get you your kit after you bought it?
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I hear this a lot about TC over Camburg. I have seen both kits in person and i feel like Camburg has a mean lower but i like TC all together. I also have a wholesale account at a shop and i can get this kit for a grand cheap than the Camburg kit. My plan is to run tc 3.5 with king coil overs. Ordering all gusseting materials so i can stay safe before i get the 1400 spindle. How long is it going to take for them to get you your kit after you bought it?
When i place my order last week, Pat said that January was a "tacoma long travel buying month" as they could not keep them in stock but they should have my kit (as well as others) wrapped up and in the mail within 2 weeks or so.

i am not in a huge hurry as my friend at king said they do not have coil overs in stock for the 3.5 kit and will be about 2 weeks for those as well, so everything should arrive around the same time.

the fiberglass will most likely take the longest to get here, but the guys at trifecta were upfront about the time it takes to get the fenders shipped from glassworks.
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When i place my order last week, Pat said that January was a "tacoma long travel buying month" as they could not keep them in stock but they should have my kit (as well as others) wrapped up and in the mail within 2 weeks or so.

i am not in a huge hurry as my friend at king said they do not have coil overs in stock for the 3.5 kit and will be about 2 weeks for those as well, so everything should arrive around the same time.

the fiberglass will most likely take the longest to get here, but the guys at trifecta were upfront about the time it takes to get the fenders shipped from glassworks.
Good to know.. Tax return time for most...It makes sense. I plan on ordering soon...very soon. Shocks i can see cause they have to be valved for your specs. Thanks for the knowledge brother.
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Good to know.. Tax return time for most...It makes sense. I plan on ordering soon...very soon. Shocks i can see cause they have to be valved for your specs. Thanks for the knowledge brother.
How much did your fenders end up costing?
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How much did your fenders end up costing?
i assume you did not mean to quote yourself with this post ha, but i ordered fenders/bedsides and front bumper caps since im keeping the factory bumper for now... all said and done including shipping, it was just over 1k.
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