Are you installing the LT yourself? If so, give me call if you need a hand. I am seriously thinking about this as well and would love to check it out and give you a hand if I can.
March is the month man. Going to be doing the MetalTech LT rear, new 4.56 gears, likely some jounce shocks on the front, and if I can find a buyer for my old rear shocks and springs, going to be sending my fronts down to Radflo to get some "Upgrades" done. The plan is to have this all done by the annual dunes run at the end of March.
I do plan on doing this all myself so if your game, I'll gladly take the assist.
Check out my 2011 "NSSE" FJzilla - Radflo, Total Chaos, Toyo, Raceline, Metal Tech, PowerTank, Midland, Firestik, Expedition One.
Radflo has always been the "dark horse". I really don't know why. Mine has been trouble free for over 3 years. It's even been moved to my new truck. I may have to look at the long travel.
I'm thinking about it too Don. Just want to be sure I won't lose any rear load capacity.
I think Radflo was just just a little late to the game as far as offering an FJ specific package. I wasn't even familiar with them until Overland Warehouse became a vendor on the forum . . . and now they are gone.
I do have a Radflo rear which appears to be leaking so the FJ will be up on jacks for a couple of weeks when I send them away. After a few years these things happen and they are rebuildable.
-James email: james at fjsummit dot org
2008 Sandstorm, Level 8 Guardian 16x8.5, Cooper ST Maxx LT285/75/16E, Radflo suspension, Total Chaos UCAs, BudBuilts, Exp One w/Superwinch 9000s, Exp One rear bumper w/tire carrier, BajaRack, Dual batteries, Viair 450A and CO2, MetalTech upper and lower links, and some other goodies
I am the Woodsman...the four-wheelin', tree-farmin', custom-furniture-makin' descendant of Olaf "The Woodcutter" Ingjaldsson.
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