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Old 04-29-2014, 05:04 PM   #421
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two vendors I know of are:
trdparts4u
metaltech 4x4

Just checked both of those venders and neither has the kit.
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Old 04-29-2014, 05:06 PM   #422
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It's currently out. It'll be back for sale next month.
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Old 04-29-2014, 08:16 PM   #423
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I believe BostonBilly was attempting to do a group buy. If you guys want to do one I would be glad to try and help out as I have done a group buy before and learned a few basic things to make it a smooth process. I would start a new interest thread now. It looks way better when you say you have 20 people interested in buying with proof.
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I will say to wait until they get set up in Portland. Currently they do NOT have a shop here in the US. It is being set up right now, and the grand opening is next month. You can check out their face book page.

Look for Ironman4x4 USA
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Old 04-29-2014, 08:23 PM   #425
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Actually ironman4x4america.com :-)
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That's a month to gather interest and people can start collecting funds. The hardest part about my ECGS group buy is I got the go ahead right away and most don't have 2k laying around to drop whenever they please. Then when they open the details can be worked out on when it could actually happen. Worse case is they say no or they give a distant date for the GB.
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I was close! Been a while since you guys posted on there so I forgot.

I'll be down around you're Grand opening. You can see how bad my powder coat on the could is.
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Actually ironman4x4america.com :-)
What would a kit run me for a 2014 Tacoma shipped to 01915? Front constant load springs, front and rear foam shocks, rear leafs and hardware?
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here you go liquid dragon I found this link for you

http://www.headstrongoffroad.com/iro...-05-6-lug.html
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here you go liquid dragon I found this link for you

http://www.headstrongoffroad.com/iro...-05-6-lug.html
Ouch i bought mine for $790 shipped with foam cell shocks.
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Old 05-10-2014, 05:50 PM   #431
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That's what I paid for the one on my old 2005
The price I was quoted last week was $1150 from trdparts, same place I got my old one
I'll be checking with these folks to see if they're quoting a current price
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For that price i think i will just start buying the parts that i want and piece my own kit.
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Old 05-12-2014, 01:34 PM   #433
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Ouch i bought mine for $790 shipped with foam cell shocks.
Same but the price isn't gonna stay that low. Its a great kit . Flexed it out on 35's and was pretty impressed with how the rear is performing now days .
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I just called Headstrong to see if they had stuff in stock.
The price on their page is old; they currently do not have anything in stock and knew nothing of the change in Ironman's USA distributorship.
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I called the Canadian dealer and he quoted me 1400 for the foam shocks or 1300 for the gas plus shipping. That doesn't seem too bad for up here. I looked into the ome and it's around 2k before UCA. I've just got to saves bit more but still think I'm going to go the ironman route.
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I called the Canadian dealer and he quoted me 1400 for the foam shocks or 1300 for the gas plus shipping. That doesn't seem too bad for up here. I looked into the ome and it's around 2k before UCA. I've just got to saves bit more but still think I'm going to go the ironman route.

What dealer ?
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Cruisin off road. He said ironman should be shipping out the new parts this week to the dealers.
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Iron Man, or anyone else for that matter. I have a 2011 DCLB with a shell. I don't do a lot of major off-roading, just to go hunting and camping, but but want to improve my capability and put in some bigger tires. I also occasionally tow a travel trailer.

I have already decided I'm getting an ironman lift, probably foam cell. But what leafs should I get B or should I get C since I have a shell.

Anyone have the C installed? How's the ride?
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I have a front winch on a hiddne winch mount that adds about 90lbs overall.
I have a rear plate bumper and camper shell that add about 150lbs overall.

Ironman recommended I run the B series springs.
I'd recommend calling trdparts or metaltech and talking to them about your needs; both of those folks are staffed with nice, knowledgeable people who know the product line.

I had B springs on my 2005, and I felt the ride was improved over stock.

I'd think the B would be what you'd want, but, again, call and talk to them!
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For anyone that has this kit, I have a quick question. Did you install the metal spacer on the bottom of the strut assembly? I have a lighter truck (Reg. Cab, 4 cyl) and my truck doesn't have the "Taco" lean, so I was thinking of not installing the spacers. But does anybody that have this kit think I should?
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