Well I am on the waiting list for my Camburg kit at the moment and I have been tossing around the different options that are available for my whip. My thoughts are this- spend a small fortune and do my truck right with the Camburg LT kit, Deavers in the rear with a bypass and bumps at all corners. The problem I am coming to realize is this- If I have the truck built like this I am going to want to use it! The kid in me says "shut up and do it!" , while the adult in me is saying "Dont be an idiot! your going to ruin your 35,000.00 truck" I have been down this road before and built a street driven Pre-Runner and having the ability to go fast off road makes you do just that. Its all too familiar to me to get a few friends in the ride and want to show them what shes got! Next thing you know you think your Ivan Stewert racing the 1000. When the dust settles and you get back to realization you realize that your daily driver has just been beeten down with a wet stick and now makes all kinds of new noises! So that being said I think I might go with another solution. This "Mid Travel Kit" will absolutly do the job and for a fraction of the cost. What do you guys think...?
Fox 2.5" Remote Reservoir coi overs in front, Fox 2.0 Piggy Back Reservoirs with C/D adjusters in rear, Total Chaos UCA's, Deaver replacement progressive leafs, Donahoe Racing "Chubby's" bump stops at all corners.
This kit will provide a true 12" of wheel travel in front and 14" in the rear. Enough to get with it and keep up- You would be surprised at how good these Fox's work togeather with a bump stop. The bump stops are the key to the equasion - they will lead you through the deep whoops without bottoming out.