im pretty sure you can run your stock bedsides, you might need to do some modifications depending on your tires
usually people go with lt in the front first, but i think its a wise decision that your going with the rear first. youll probably only travel as fast as the front will take you but you definitely wont be experiencing the dreaded "rear end buck" that alot of us have experienced. Also, if the front will not keep up with the rear (which is likely) you can always add a secondary shock hoop and shock. and valve. good luck man
im ready to purchase the spring under kit but kinda wanna wait and shop around a little gotta give richer a call and see what he says. also trying to see what i need to get like all the little things that already add up to more than a grand ahah
ive still got Deavers and Donahoes in the back.....im next on the list to get the DMZ SUA kit....that caged black one just needs to pull out, so i'll have room to shove my truck in the shop
I highly recommend DMZ, alot of us have gone to him for work and there no special reason why....its just cause he provides exceptional work and great customer service (its not a secret)...straight up, the dude's a nice guy and wont give you the runaround...just call him and see what im talking bout.
So I talked to tim today and he said that brake lines wont be needed for his kit. I didnt get a detailed list of what else was really needed for his spring under kit but i'll get one next week when i go up to his shop and "browse around" . But for the mean time anybody have anything to add to my list for the little random parts for going spring under.
thats what i planned on doing but from what i saw on the site the kit looks like it only comes with the springs, front hangers,shackles,bushings and hardware. Didnt know it came with ubolts and the perches. If it does sweet means i'll have it on the truck faster!
So, I have a '90 Toyota ext. cab pickup with Total Chaos LT suspension, Deaver packs in the rear , Fox remote res. shocks. I have the stock 2 piece driveshaft, is that what is typically used or a one piece ?
So Alpha_nett and I are working on a little project but I have decided we could use some information from people who have tried different things on their trucks. Right now we only know results from what Alpha_nett has done on his truck so I would love to hear what other combinations yielded as...
2009 Tacoma 4-link + 4wd long travel!!!!!! :-)
There are always people asking about doing a 4-link rear on the 05+ and I've only seen 2 trucks running this setup. This one is almost complete.
It's more of a multi-purpose truck than just being built for sand. There's a lot of rocks out here...