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Ruffstuff 3 Link Kit!

Discussion in 'RuffStuff Specialties' started by Dan Fredrickson, Nov 7, 2012.

  1. Dan Fredrickson

    Dan Fredrickson [OP] Steel Hauler Vendor

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    We have here everything to create a 3 link suspension, front or rear, and not low end stuff just to be cheap either! The kit is wrapped around 6 of our 1.25" Heat & Cryo Treated Chromoly Heims with Stainless High Misalignment, Zink Plated Jam nuts, and 1.5" Tube ID Weld Bungs and another set of the same in 7/8" for the Panhard. We add our Chassis Link Brackets, a 10 degree Adjustable Axle Link Tower, a 10 degree Adjustable Frame bracket for the 3rd link, the Axle Lower Link brackets. We finish the Kit off with the Panhard setup, an Axle Offset panhard Bracket & the Frame panhard (Inside or Outside).

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    We do not include the tubing because you will save alot of money buying your tube locally when you add the shipping cost of the tube, 2" x .25" wall DOM weighs over 4.5lbs a foot! If you need to change anything give us a call and we can mix & match til its right for you! We do have DOM as an option but always price it locally first...

    These are $573 and $23 to ship, sound fair to you?
     
  2. Dan Fredrickson

    Dan Fredrickson [OP] Steel Hauler Vendor

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    A 3 link kit designed by us....for you!
     
  3. Dan Fredrickson

    Dan Fredrickson [OP] Steel Hauler Vendor

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    The best way to link the front!
     
  4. Dan Fredrickson

    Dan Fredrickson [OP] Steel Hauler Vendor

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    Hope everyone had a great weekend!
     
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    Dan Fredrickson [OP] Steel Hauler Vendor

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    Ditch the leaf springs & upgrade to the RUFF STUFF!
     
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    Dan Fredrickson [OP] Steel Hauler Vendor

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    Give your rig the articulation it needs!
     
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    Dan Fredrickson [OP] Steel Hauler Vendor

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    All in one kit at a price you can afford!
     
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    Dan Fredrickson [OP] Steel Hauler Vendor

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    A 3 link is way better than a no link :D
     
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    SDSam from Dirt bike to Dezert Couch

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    Icon Shocks, BTF front, Deaver f67, 33's on stocks, Fiberwerxs 1pc, TDR S/C, Bed & Eng Caged
    any pics of this kit installed on a tacoma somewhere?
     
  10. Dan Fredrickson

    Dan Fredrickson [OP] Steel Hauler Vendor

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    I used to, we were next door to AJ Gardella at Bent Up and he did 1 a week but I lost them with a hard drive. I will call AJ and see if he can send me some. But if you see any done by AJ he used our parts exclusively...
     
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    Take to the trails with the right hardware!
     
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    Dan Fredrickson [OP] Steel Hauler Vendor

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    Another great day at RUFFSTUFF!
     
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    Dan Fredrickson [OP] Steel Hauler Vendor

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    The start of a new week!
     
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    Give your rig the advantage it needs!
     
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    Rear leaf spring tsb 5000 miles, w ac fan 26k miles, windshield creaking 28k miles- not warranty. Bad upper idler pulleys 32k miles- not warranty, Toyota Quality!
    Any pictures of your product installed?
     
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    Dan Fredrickson [OP] Steel Hauler Vendor

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    Hope everyone is having a great weekend!
     
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    TrdSurgie revised

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    Rear leaf spring tsb 5000 miles, w ac fan 26k miles, windshield creaking 28k miles- not warranty. Bad upper idler pulleys 32k miles- not warranty, Toyota Quality!


    Guess not.
     
  18. Dan Fredrickson

    Dan Fredrickson [OP] Steel Hauler Vendor

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    There are actually hundreds of pictures of this installed but you need to search. I do not believe in making "Staged" pics to show everything at its very best. Real pics by real users are all over the internet.
     
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    TrdSurgie revised

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    Rear leaf spring tsb 5000 miles, w ac fan 26k miles, windshield creaking 28k miles- not warranty. Bad upper idler pulleys 32k miles- not warranty, Toyota Quality!
    Yeah thats great. You want to sell your product but won't post a photo of it installed. Great business practice.:thumbsup:
     
  20. Dan Fredrickson

    Dan Fredrickson [OP] Steel Hauler Vendor

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    Here you are, since you obviously do not have a search key on your computer...

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    I should say here that most of our products aren't for the bolt on crowd and require welding. They are for people that would call themselves Fabricators, they would see the components and understand immediately how they would go together.

    If that is not the kind of person you are these parts are not for you.

     
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