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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 02-03-2009, 07:54 PM Thread Starter
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Mid travel kit (best deal out there?)

With all the expertise on this site I would like to know what's the best deal out there on a Rhino mid travel kit with me using my own (Walker Evens) shocks? Thanks
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With all the expertise on this site I would like to know what's the best deal out there on a Rhino mid travel kit with me using my own (Walker Evens) shocks? Thanks
I only run long travel, Maybe try craigslist?

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With all the expertise on this site I would like to know what's the best deal out there on a Rhino mid travel kit with me using my own (Walker Evens) shocks? Thanks
From everything I have read on this and other forums, if I was going to go Midtravel, which I probably will someday. These would be my choices and not necessarily in this order

#1. Lonestar

#2. Ishock

#3. XMF

#4. Rhino Mafia

You can't go wrong with any one of these, they are all great kits. I would say Lonestar is probably the most popular. Every once in awhile you will see a great deal on here from someone who decided to go +6 but its far and in between and when you see them you better jump on it because they dont usually last.....Good luck !
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I cant speak to the others but I helped install a Lone Star kit and it was very complete with all the needed hardware. This was on an 08 and it included new braded steal brake lines too. We powder coated the kit so I saw all the tig work before coating and it was amazing. The owner runs Elkas and it works as good as my pluss 6 FST kit.....well almost
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go with the lonestar mts kit works great with the shocks you already have, you should be able to find it for around 1900-2000. than i would add the frame gusset kit, either weld on or the bolt on from trail logic. seet set up right there dunes, trails, or desert. ge the stock lonestar axels that have a lifetime warranty, and your set.

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