Right now its ESB for 90% bolt on application, velocity is a very nice kit but the arms arent 100% bolt on.. I do like their upright though, very beefy. However I am quite content with my TC kit also.WILD YOTE said:If money were no option (by the way it is...) what IFS lift kit offers the best flex? I'm talking real numbers like inches of up and down travel. Thanks!
I don't know about with ESB, but the Velocity link posted above states:YoTRacer158 said:so are camburg/total chaos the only ones that will retain the 4wd? or can you still run 4wd w/ esb and velocity?
you are going to have to get custom axles made for either the esb kit or the velocity kit....04_TRD said:With the ESB kit, I think you have to get custom axles made.
they claim 0 bumpsteer, but thats impossible with a taco steering rack, hell even stock suspension has bumpsteer.synovus said:I don't know about with ESB, but the Velocity link posted above states:
"96-03 Toyota Tacoma/Tundra 2WD/4WD Front End Long Travel Suspension
2wd will clear a 35" tire and cycle 20"
4wd will clear a 35" tire and cycle 18"
+5" per side
Kit Price: $4100.00"