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Exceeded my expectations!!!! Post Off-Road review

Discussion in 'Suspension' started by CaptMorgan, Jan 19, 2011.

  1. CaptMorgan

    CaptMorgan [OP] Well-Known Member

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    I have been posting a bit about my purchase and install and wanted to wrap things up with a Post review.

    As the title says, the trucks performance exceeded my expectations when off-roading. Ill provide a link to my PicasaWeb with some pics and vids below. Unfortunately my HD GoPro Hero was giving me problems so I don't have any of its footage, but i'll be posting some up after my next trip

    Parts Installed:
    • LEEPER Coilovers
    • FOX Rear Resi 2.0 shocks
    • Alcan 3-leaf AAL
    • Total Chaos UCA

    The truck felt awesome, soaked up terrain I never would have expected at speeds I never would never though about hitting with the Toytec suspension.
    I kept finding myself driving for the old suspension, but once I acknowledged the upgrades I was able to go much faster (40+). I have to say, the driver is currently the limiting factor of my truck, not the suspension like it used to be.

    On with the pics PICASA



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    I promise the vids don't do justice.

    http://picasaweb.google.com/MGlassco/SuspensionTest4Peaks#5562954825502058562
     
  2. DevL

    DevL Well-Known Member

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    Does the suspension you are running stop the rear end from kicking up and bottoming out on rough terrain or does it still do that?
     
  3. Kyouto42

    Kyouto42 Iron Beard

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    Nice. Though I've done 55-60mph on the stock overloaded TRD suspension in that same section :p Still yours is hella smoother lol.
     
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