- 2" extended tubular 4130 Chromoly upper A-arms with a 1.25" Teflon-lined uniball for maximum travel & strength and zerk fittings for easy bushing lubrication.
- 2" extended tubular 4130 Chromoly lower A-Arms with Billet CNC uniball adapter connector and bumpstop contact point – this strong design provides the utmost in off-road function and durability.
- Extended stainless steel braided brake lines, DOT approved.
- Heavy-duty spindle gussets.
- Made in USA
Full Product Description
Introducing the new All Pro High Clearance Long Travel Suspension! Engineered to get 12” of wheel travel while extending the track width by 2” per side, this new Long Travel Kit has been completely redesigned to give you an additional 2 inches of ground clearance. Our long travel features 4130 Chromoly tubular lower & upper control arms. The Lower Control Arms (LCAs) have been boxed and plated for added strength and durability. Our LCA’s feature a 1” uniball that replaces the factory lower ball joint. The 2” wider Upper Control Arms (UCAs) feature an industry leading 1.25” uniball for maximum articulation & travel. We use heat-treated 17-4 stainless steel misalignment spacers to adapt the uniball to the factory spindle. The LCAs & UCAs pivot on polyurethane bushings and have zerk fittings for easy lubrication.
From rocks to sand and everything in between, this long travel kit does it all without sacrificing comfort, quality, and performance. Tested on some of the hardest trails around, including the Hammers, Rubicon, and Moab, the All-Pro LT kit is built tough!
Pricing & Ordering
|All-Pro Long Travel Suspension
(Includes: Upper Control Arms, Lower Control Arms, Tie Rod Extentions, Brake Lines, Spindle Gussets, 12" Limit Straps)
|FOX 2.5 LT Coilover Remote Reservoir - DSC Adjuster
|FOX 2.5 LT Coilover Remote Reservoir
|05+ Tacoma Extended Axles
|07+ FJ Cruiser Extended Axles
|05+ Tacoma/07+ FJ Cruiser Front Bumpstops
FOX 2.5 Factory Series Coil-Over Reservior - DSC Adjuster
Before any of our shocks reach production, they've had to stand the test of time and live up to incredible abuse by the fastest athletes in racing. We push the boundaries to give you that same precise control and race-proven performance you can feel. Our bolt-on Factory Series Coil-over Reservoir shocks provide improved damping in any terrain. Coil-over shocks provide suspension damping and suspend the weight of the vehicle. Dual Speed Compression (DSC) adjuster gives remarkable versatility and precise tuning. A simple twist of either two adjuster knobs allows twelve separate low-speed and ten high-speed compression levels. The integrated coil spring can be adjusted for preload and ride height and come pre-set to level your vehicle right out of the box. Experience for yourself the incredible performance and precise control that Factory Series Coil-overs Reservoir shocks deliver.
Body: 2.5" Smooth bore and honed seamless alloy bodies
Body Plating: Zinc-plated and double-clear coated for long lasting finish
External Reservoir: 2.5" Smooth bore 6061-T6 Aluminum is hard anodized black
Components: Black-anodized, CNC-machined 6061-T6 billet aluminum
Spring: Application specific, adjustable 3.0 Eibach® racing springs
Shaft: 7/8" hardened NitroSteel® Steel carbon shafts
Piston: 6061-T6 hard-anodized, high flow aluminum piston
Valving: Application specific valving to maximize performance
Seals: Redundant sealing pack system main seal, wiper seal, scraper seal
Oil: JM92 Advanced Suspension Fluid for improved performance at variable temperatures
Bearing: PTFE-lined, heat-treated, alloy steel spherical
Mounting: Direct replacement for stock and aftermarket lifts kits
Chromoly Axle Shafts
Our extended heat treated 4340 chromoly axle shafts, made by Currie Enterprises, are required for 4x4 applications. They are inserted into the factory inner and outer CV's to retain 4WD. Please specify vehicle when ordering.
All-Pro has teamed up with Timbren SES to offer an upgraded bumpstop for use with our LT kit, or even stock arms. They are made of a softer compound than their usual offerings for weight carrying, and they provide a smoother, stop than the factory bumpstop without needlessly limiting travel. Recommended for 33”+ tires.
Max tire size without fiberglass fenders: 285/75/16 or 285/70/R17 (33")
Max wheel backspacing: 4.5”
Alignment specs: Tie = factory; Camber = factory; Caster = 3-4 degrees
||Mostly 4130 Chromoly Steel Arms
||Grade 8 hardware included as needed, uses factory bolts & pivots
||95lbs (Upper & Lower Arms, Axles, Steering, Gussets)
Q:What is the benefit of TIG welding vs. MIG welding?
A: TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas) welding was developed for the aircraft industry and is the preferred method of welding Chromoly (chromium-molybdenum) material. We utilize TIG welding on all of our A-Arms even though it is a slower process that requires greater skill since it eliminates the porosity, splatter, and slag that are common with the faster process of MIG (Metal Inert Gas) welding. TIG also produces heat that is confined between the weld and base material, producing a narrow heat affected zone, thus reducing stress, cracking, and distortion.
Q:What is 4130 Chromoly?
A:The term Chromoly is short for chromium-molybdenum steel, with 4130 being the AISI code that definesthe chemical composition. 4130 Chromoly is a high tensile strength material that is commonly used in race applications, from roll cages to suspension components.
The Parts & Install Review:
The All-Pro Long Travel Kit includes some really beefy looking parts. The UCA's look very similar to the regular All-Pro UCA's just wider. The LCA's are really beefy as they are some solid pieces of art. You can see the Lower uni-ball that allows for more travel. The stronger steering linkages are really nice looking pieces and look fairly beefy as well.
The On-Road review:
On the road....all I can say is AMAZING! The Fox shocks are set up to soak up the larger bumps really well.
On the first test run, oriontaco, JJ and myself hit some speed bumps about 4" at 50K/h and barely felt it through the front but did feel a little kick from the leafs out back. Driving over the pothole littered road it was very controlled and the shocks did a great job of soaking up the initial hit.
On the loading ramp the All-Pro LT kit almost got the same point as the 81 with Marlin's 4" leaf kit. This is pretty impressive!
We did a pre-run of the Crowsnest pass for our members upcoming end of July two day trip. I was impressed with the compliance of suspension over the really rough cattle guards and washboards. On the drive down we were really tame only traveling 60-80k/h, however on the ride back it was full on drifting and 90-120k/h. At speed over these really large potholes around the cattle guards I couldn't really feel them. We arrived into Crowsnest and proceeded up towards Airplane. The trail is about a medium as there are some rocks, loose rocks, roots, mud, and river crossings. In some parts where there were some really nice ruts, it felt almost as though I was in the 81 with a solid axle. The travel is smooth and the front stays level due to the added droop of the long travel.
I'm really impressed with how it's made a pretty significant difference to how the truck handles obstacles on the trail. It's pretty confidence inspiring as you don't get that dip in that IFS trucks have. The truck likes to stay level now similar to a solid axle set up.