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Old 07-30-2012, 12:00 PM   #41
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What comes with your 2nd gen kit? I'd like to see a parts list...
Here is a brief list of what we offer:

Link and Bracket Kit - $1,299 (Includes shock towers, lower shock mounts, panhard w/heims and mounting brackets, upper link w/heims & mounts, lower links (2) w/Johnny joints & mounts.

Steering Kit - $769 (Includes steering box & mount, linkage, pitman arm)

Coilovers w/4 springs - Fox or Walker Evans Racing - $1,499

Currie Rock Jock 60 - $4,899 (add $1,599 for R&P, ARB locker, & set-up)

Total package price = $9,058.50 (discounted 10%)

No oil pan swap is required on 2nd gen, but driveshaft mods are necessary.
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Old 07-30-2012, 06:36 PM   #42
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I like how you use the Rockjock 60. My favorite axle by far

Looks like you have the majority of it for the front.
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Old 10-11-2012, 09:36 AM   #43
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Here is a brief list of what we offer:

Link and Bracket Kit - $1,299 (Includes shock towers, lower shock mounts, panhard w/heims and mounting brackets, upper link w/heims & mounts, lower links (2) w/Johnny joints & mounts.

Steering Kit - $769 (Includes steering box & mount, linkage, pitman arm)

Coilovers w/4 springs - Fox or Walker Evans Racing - $1,499

Currie Rock Jock 60 - $4,899 (add $1,599 for R&P, ARB locker, & set-up)

Total package price = $9,058.50 (discounted 10%)

No oil pan swap is required on 2nd gen, but driveshaft mods are necessary.

Well this is new information...
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Old 10-13-2012, 11:02 PM   #44
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Just trying to go SEMA truck style with your Taco or do you do trail runs and rock crawling?

40's are huge for a Tacoma (only Wyatt and Oldskool are running them that I know of both trucks are SAS and used for the purpose they were built for)
if you want to run 40's i recommend doing a 3 link, way more flex and offroading capabilities, and although its a little bit more expensive, its well worth it if you plan on wheeling. And with coilovers instead of leaf springs, you can lift them as high as you want. And you can use any axle you want
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Old 05-23-2013, 05:31 PM   #45
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I would go with all pro... I only use their stuff on my tacoma... I used trail gear on my jeep and it bent and broke easy..... All pro is all made in america and not chinese...
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Old 05-24-2013, 12:08 PM   #46
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I would go with all pro... I only use their stuff on my tacoma... I used trail gear on my jeep and it bent and broke easy..... All pro is all made in america and not chinese...
WTF man, how many of your 5 posts are in here just to pimp AP and bash TG? I have no problem with AP for the record. But your tactics are of the highest order of douche-baggery. I suggest you take your stupid 5 posts and go back driving jeeps. You never considered that the reason crap broke on your jeep was because it was a......JEEP?
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Old 05-24-2013, 12:13 PM   #48
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Old 05-24-2013, 12:27 PM   #49
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easy adam...lol
Sorry this dude is coming across like a complete asshat in every post he's made since he joined....oh when was it......yesterday?

Nothing like making an impression I guess.

Edit: and please note that I'm not just taking a "fanboy" stance. I said in my earlier post I have nothing against AllPro. I just think it ghey to come in a bash any vendor. If you think a particular product is better, by all means recommend it but do it by letting it stand on its own merit, not by bashing another product.
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Old 05-25-2013, 12:25 AM   #51
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WTF man, how many of your 5 posts are in here just to pimp AP and bash TG? I have no problem with AP for the record. But your tactics are of the highest order of douche-baggery. I suggest you take your stupid 5 posts and go back driving jeeps. You never considered that the reason crap broke on your jeep was because it was a......JEEP?
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Old 05-25-2013, 12:40 AM   #52
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Old 05-25-2013, 01:40 AM   #53
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Lololol It Probably Was Because It Was A Jeep!! Haha Tg Just Kinda Screwed Me So I Was Venting. AP Was Pretty Amazing To work With... That's All I Was SayIng.
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Old 05-26-2013, 04:53 PM   #55
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So I Guess I Shouldn't Of Blamed Tg As Much As My Jeep Lmao. My Bad, I Just Moved To Denver Any Know Of Any Sweet Trails?
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I say step out of the box and think for yourself Ruffstuff all the way! We have been setting up link kits for Taco's for 7 years! We were nextdoor to AJ and Bentup...Emily actually works for us now and we know Taco's.
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Haven't used the Ruffstuff link kit but everything else I've ever used from RS is absolutely top notch. Definitely worth a look.
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Gonna just throw my 2 cents in here...I have been dealing with All-Pro for over 7 years now and I haven't found better customer service.

Also IMHO you shouldn't have a swapped truck if you don't do the work yourself, or are capable of doing the work yourself.

I am all for helping people out on the trail, etc., but when I come across a prettyboy-nancy who knows jack shit about his truck and wants me or others to diagnose and fix his shit or tow him off the trail, I LEAVE HIM THERE. You need to know the ins and outs of everything on your rig, and you only get that by working on it.
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Gonna just throw my 2 cents in here...I have been dealing with All-Pro for over 7 years now and I haven't found better customer service.

Also IMHO you shouldn't have a swapped truck if you don't do the work yourself, or are capable of doing the work yourself.

I am all for helping people out on the trail, etc., but when I come across a prettyboy-nancy who knows jack shit about his truck and wants me or others to diagnose and fix his shit or tow him off the trail, I LEAVE HIM THERE. You need to know the ins and outs of everything on your rig, and you only get that by working on it.
I agree on people needing handle their own shit, but saying to leave somebody who needs help, or looking down on somebody for asking questions is a super douchebag statement.

Everybody needs to start somewhere, nobody pulls off the beaten path and is an instant expert/subsequent trail snob.

Maybe it's just where I grew up, but If I run into somebody in the bush needing help, I do what I can.
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yeah im looking for SaS kits myself... 3 link
my main problem is its my DD and handeling is important as 90% of my roads im 90-110km/h
I also run hard trails and rock crawl, and would love to push to harder trails.
37-40s will be what im looking at with max articulation with center of gravity as low as possible. IS there a good hight VS width ratio ?
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