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Our Bulletproof kit features a one piece lift cage, Fabricated spindle uprights w/ aircraft grade Chromoly Heim outer steering, Heavy duty coil over spacers, Atlas rear Leaf springs (quoted separately - no blocks or shackle extensions on our kit), differential drop brackets (4WD), sway bar drops, sway bar links, Standard Uni-Ball A-arms and a complete instructions booklet with photos and hardware kit labeled for each step of the installation.
Two shocks are required for the rear and we offer Standard Shocks, Fox Racing Shox or Bilstien Shocks as options.
Atlas Leaf Springs
Rear standard shocks
Braided stainless steel brake lines
Tie rod extensions
Sway bar drop downs
Sway bar links
Drive line spacer
Rear shock clevis
Chromoly steel heavy duty heims
Complete hardware kit **
The standard BP lift only covers the front suspension, and uses struts spacers, so by using Fox coilovers you'll have the ability to achieve 12" up front. But will still only have the Fox rear shocks. Thats where the atlas leaf springs come in... The new Atlas leaf springs are good for 7" of additional height but still come up short. Most installers just throw in a set of tapered blocks 2"-4" depending on the height up front. I've supplied more than a dozen guys running the Atlas rear leafs with my +3" shackles and have averaged 2" of additional lift. The degree of arch allows more lift than average with my +3" shackles.
How does your installer plan to make up for 9"+ of needed rear lift?
2007 SR5 5.7 Katzkin, LED lighting through out, LED door handles, Color Matched handles & grill surround, CST 3.5" Spindles OME 614 Full Suspension, Coachbuilder +3" Shackles by Ekstrom Design, BHLM,35"/12.5"/20 Nitto Trail Grapplers,BMF SOTA death metal black finish 20"x10" -19 offset.
Ekstrom Design LLC. "Design, Prototyping and Manufacturing" 801.635.4872 email@example.com
Last edited by Coachbuilder1; 12-16-2012 at 10:05 PM.