coopershane wrote:Hi All,
I have a Triton MN 2015 with a Toughdog 1" lift. I want to lift a further 2" if possible and just want to know what is required to do this.
I have looked at body lifts but have an Xrox Bull bar and don't want the Gap between the Bull bar and front Bar.
What have people done to Achieve this?
Any help would be great.
Jak3rb wrote: I know there is a few things you can do to minimize it but but do any of them actually get rid of the issue?
The only thing i can find that people say fully gets rid of it is the single peice tail shaft even then there isn't alot of info. But in putting in a single peice tail shaft do i risk damaging the gearbox or diff? Has anyone installed the single peice tail shaft? If so have you come across any issues with it?
Danevs12345 wrote:Right, as everyone always says, I have tried searching but didn't find exactly what I was after! I have a 2007 triton single cab 4x4. Recently purchased, it's been lifted with an iron man kit and rides horribly (old kit)! It will spend around 50% of its time carrying roughly 1000kg (slide on camper and small motorcycle off the towbar). I'm on a tight budget, and don't really want a lift. I've noticed that people around my area are selling brand new complete suspension kits from an mq, I think they're the same across all the models? Would it be wise (and cost effective!) to buy complete new suspension (standard mitsi, for only $100!) and add air bags ($500)? In people's experience would that suit my needs? Thanks in advance, Dan
mrtuaniiex wrote:Hey team, haven’t been on the forums in a while but it’s time to get new suspension.
A bit of background on my current set up:
Ultimate HD fronts and sitting at 550mm and ultimate comfort rainsed 600mm rears
So friends chipped in on my Christmas present so got karrman diff drop so looking at new loft to match
Has much people run the dobinson adjustable mrr shocks? Used the search button and reading around but couldn’t find much on the mrr
I also read that ultimate do custom order 3.5inch struts
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