Long travel kit

95f150

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Hi im looking for a long travel kit for my 96 chevy 1500. I know that mullen fab has a pretty nice kit out right now but is there any other choices?
 

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theres a place in anaheim called baja customs. but i havent heard anything good about them.

ive seen Mullen's work in person, and he does very good work.
ill be getting the race kit (20.25" travel) as soon as he has time for my truck.
 

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I am considering doing more of a race kit with a fab spindle, upgraded hubs/brakes, 4130 boxed Tig welded UCA/LCA, Coil-over/Bypass and installation. I too have a love for the 88-98 but have never had anyone want to get serious yet.
 

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I am considering doing more of a race kit with a fab spindle, upgraded hubs/brakes, 4130 boxed Tig welded UCA/LCA, Coil-over/Bypass and installation. I too have a love for the 88-98 but have never had anyone want to get serious yet.

If i were to get a kit for my 97 it would be either,

Mazulla or BMS for sure.

One day:(
 

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i will be building a couple kits for a couple of my buddy's. not sure which route they wanna go yet, but we are shooting for a clean 16-18in of travel. but i would like to build a kit like the one on my 2004 silvy with 26in travel...
 

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Is there a kit out there that has 18-20 inches of travel for a 99-06 chevy that I can use co and bypass and keeping the stock brake booster on a street legal truck? Also I see kits that lift the truck too high for what I like is that because of the soft shocks or are the shocks mouunted on the truck higher so the shock is not pushing the suspension down thus higher stance?
 

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I am considering doing more of a race kit with a fab spindle, upgraded hubs/brakes, 4130 boxed Tig welded UCA/LCA, Coil-over/Bypass and installation. I too have a love for the 88-98 but have never had anyone want to get serious yet.

You noticed my truck at the Gardens, imagine how good it would look with one of your kits and a big Mazzulla steeker! Haha I've been looking to have someone fab up a front end kit for me for a long time. But I can't get one made for under 3k!
 

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Is there a kit out there that has 18-20 inches of travel for a 99-06 chevy that I can use co and bypass and keeping the stock brake booster on a street legal truck? Also I see kits that lift the truck too high for what I like is that because of the soft shocks or are the shocks mouunted on the truck higher so the shock is not pushing the suspension down thus higher stance?

mz-offroad.com :D
 
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