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post #1 of 26 (permalink) Old 03-02-2009, 10:43 AM Thread Starter
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Mid Travel +3.5 Kit

Who would be interested in a +3.5 Mid-Travel kit for under $2k with Summers Bros axles and you could still run stock shocks if you wanted too..

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post #2 of 26 (permalink) Old 03-02-2009, 10:50 AM
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I would have considered it maybe 2-3 months ago but i got the lsr mts....and their customer service seems pretty unbeatable
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not much room to talk, im still stock, but why would you want to run stock shocks with a set up like that, dont make sense. And if it is a money issue, save up until you can get it all. just my rant for the day......

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I think the LSR kit is a +3 and around 2k and can run stock shocks with that setup. The problem is that the stock shocks don't let the suspension perform to its full potential and you will need some aftermarkets to get your full travel. Also don't forget the lifetime warranty they come with on the axles and arms.

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Im having my sport shocks revalved and resprung. supposedly it runs awesome. the reason i like it and went with it because you can still ride trails and still haul ass through the woop....i dont really jump my shit that much anyways so thats why i didnt go with longtravel.
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i am running the LSR +3 kit i love it have elka shocks, it would have been nice to have more options on kits thou.

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i would , cause i like to trail ride and most long travels are too wide....
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3.5 will it not be hard to get axils when the break...

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post #10 of 26 (permalink) Old 03-03-2009, 07:46 AM
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At first I was thinking like these guys, why would you want to put stock shocks on a lt kit, But then I thought about it. Someone could afford the kit and improve there suspension a little with it and down the road can buy replacement shocks from any manufacturer and they would work with it.
CST makes a +6 kit that let's you still use stock shocks, why not a +3?

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