ALL you need to know is on my wed siteCan you give me pricing and some info. Also will you sell it without the shocks?
We have a couple of really good places to take you for testing after you get the kit installed!!Very nice, where did you take the car out to?
I am very much looking forward to getting the FST kit installed as well, need to find a good place to go out and do a video for it.
Thank you, that would be great!We have a couple of really good places to take you for testing after you get the kit installed!!
I like your thinking !!!!if your gonna spend the money on a kit be sure to get a kit that has full gussets and shock towers such a big differance better shock angle.
Hey Socal Karts,I think you'll find that most every kit posted here is excellent. They each have their strong points. I guess you really need to decide how wide you want to go +4, +5, +6 or I've even seen +6 1/2... Most companies will sell you just the raw arm if you like. You just need to know what stroke shocks to buy and make sure there are no clearance limitations for different brands.. If I may offer up one other option The SoCal Fab kit.. Thad will sell you an arm kit in any config you like.. I think the raw arm is around $2000 (not sure) and complete kits are somewhere in the $4600 to $5200 range depending on shocks. He is using Summer Brothers axles.. Good luck and I'm sure what ever you go with you will be happy..
It's not my kit, but I have been researching lately. This one is a +5" each side. This is the only Lt kit they make for teryx.Like the looks of your kit.How much over stock are your arms? Thanks
Mounting shocks to the lower arm allow for more usable shock. Sometimes when you mount a shock to the upper arm it limits how big of a shock you can install and will limit the usable shock travel.Hey Socal Karts,
For a lay person like myself, Can you help me understand what the difference is between the shocks mounting on the lower arm vs the upper arm is? Also, do you know if Walker Evans offers a shock for your setup?