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Total Chaos Long Travel Kits - King or Fox shocks

Discussion in 'AccuTune Off-Road' started by AccuTune Offroad, Mar 13, 2020.

  1. Mar 13, 2020 at 3:54 PM
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    AccuTune Offroad

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    **NOW AVAILABLE**

    Total Chaos Long Travel kits paired with custom tuned Fox or King shocks can be the ultimate upgrade for your 2005+ 2WD/4WD Toyota Tacomas. Kits available come as a +2" or +3.5" wide (on each side) and can be upgraded with a bypass shock for more performance.

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  2. May 3, 2020 at 11:18 AM
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    Loco_Barbon

    Loco_Barbon In two days tomorrow will be yesterday.

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    Currently stacking parts. Have but not installed; Prinsu roof rack Brute force fab -3 bed cage (on order) King 2.5 coilovers for the front King 2.5 rear shocks Baja design fog lights Cali Raised ditch light brackets Baja design amber S2 pro for ditch lights 2 sets of Baja design S2 sports for bed cage FN Fivestar 17" wheels with 285/75 Toyo. AT2 tires Tepui Kukenam 3 Next up to be ordered; Total chaos upper control arms Deaver rear leafs Bay area metal fab sliders Bay area metal fab skid plates Spod Bantam Brute force fab rear duel swing out bumper Still undecided; Front bumper
    Does the +2 Expedition kit use the same coilovers and tune as your 4A King kit?? If so do you offer the kit less the parts in the 4A kit?
     
  3. May 4, 2020 at 9:01 AM
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    AccuTune Offroad

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    No, all of the Long Travel Kits use a longer coilover than what is used in the Mid Travel Kits. We tune each shock specifically for the suspension kit, weight of truck, driving style etc. They are all different. Not sure what you mean by "kit less the parts in the 4A kit"
     
  4. May 4, 2020 at 11:30 AM
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    Loco_Barbon

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    Currently stacking parts. Have but not installed; Prinsu roof rack Brute force fab -3 bed cage (on order) King 2.5 coilovers for the front King 2.5 rear shocks Baja design fog lights Cali Raised ditch light brackets Baja design amber S2 pro for ditch lights 2 sets of Baja design S2 sports for bed cage FN Fivestar 17" wheels with 285/75 Toyo. AT2 tires Tepui Kukenam 3 Next up to be ordered; Total chaos upper control arms Deaver rear leafs Bay area metal fab sliders Bay area metal fab skid plates Spod Bantam Brute force fab rear duel swing out bumper Still undecided; Front bumper
    I purchased and installed your King A4 kit a few months ago before you offered the long travel. I was hoping that the coilovers were the same so I could get the long travel kit without the coilovers, reservoir brackets, ect.
     
  5. May 4, 2020 at 12:02 PM
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    AccuTune Offroad

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    I see. No unfortunately for long travel setup, you need a shock with more travel and wider mounting points on the lower control arms. In addition to that, if your Tacoma is 4wd, you will need extended length axle shafts.
     
  6. May 4, 2020 at 12:06 PM
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    Loco_Barbon

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    Currently stacking parts. Have but not installed; Prinsu roof rack Brute force fab -3 bed cage (on order) King 2.5 coilovers for the front King 2.5 rear shocks Baja design fog lights Cali Raised ditch light brackets Baja design amber S2 pro for ditch lights 2 sets of Baja design S2 sports for bed cage FN Fivestar 17" wheels with 285/75 Toyo. AT2 tires Tepui Kukenam 3 Next up to be ordered; Total chaos upper control arms Deaver rear leafs Bay area metal fab sliders Bay area metal fab skid plates Spod Bantam Brute force fab rear duel swing out bumper Still undecided; Front bumper
    Understood, looks like the long travel might have to wait a few extra months. Thanks for the info.
     
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