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stevengraves1966 09-19-2009 01:15 PM

tacoma tc/allpro/camburg long travel kits
 
anyone have one? how do they do off road, how do they do on road for dd. body roll ect. any info on 4th gen?

Dogfather 09-19-2009 01:26 PM

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Originally Posted by stevengraves1966 (Post 7357)
anyone have one? how do they do off road, how do they do on road for dd. body roll ect. any info on 4th gen?

Wow that sounds like a Man that knows his Toyotas.....

Cause I did not understand a word you said except Long travel kit, offroad and body roll..

Why buy what you can Fabricate GO SAS/Trail Gear ect it's not that hard

stevengraves1966 09-19-2009 01:58 PM

its my daily drivers so i cant have it down for that long and sas has precision welding for steering stuff thats way over my head.

Racincowboy 12-16-2009 11:00 AM

It depends on what you want to use the truck for as to what kit to go with. If you are wanting to use it for a DD and wheeling I would go with SAS you will be far happier with it on the trail. Independant front ends on these trucks are greatly hindered on the trail for flex. If you are racing then I would go with the camburg kit or total chaos. I am looking at building a new race truck with long travel with the total chaos kit on it.

As far as body roll and that stuff I know there are guys down in Socal that run these long travel desert racing type kits on their DD with no problems. If it was me and I had a kit like that I would run sway bars front and rear just to help with that. The other thing you can do is set your coil over springs up to take the roll out of the body. If you run dual rate or triple rate coil overs then you will be far better off with on road driveability.

Thats my .02

If you have any other questions feel free to ask.


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