The Trail-LinkTM long travel rear suspension kit consists of a 3 link system plus a panhard rod to locate the axle. This system allows the use of the stock fuel tank. Links are made from super heavy duty 2" DOM with a wall thickness of 1/4". Extra large 1.25" rebuildable Johnny Joints are used for the link ends. This kit with long travel shocks allows for more than 30" of rear axle articulation.
NOTE: Kit does not include rear wheel spacers, shocks or upper shock mounts. Recommended shocks, 16" Racerunner 2.0" Air shocks. Kit weighs 140 lbs.
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10. With the axle located fore and aft, and centered, insure the pinion angle is still set properly. You can now install the
upper link/panhard combo bracket. With this kit you can choose to place the upper link on either side of the truck.
Standard set up is to install the upper link on the driver’s side. This set up will allow complete installation of the kit
without moving your gas tank. However, if you are using a front 3 link kit or are planning to install one later it is highly
recommended that you install the upper link on the passenger side. This will require the gas tank to be relocated, but
will provide optimum set up when combined with the front 3 link. This way both panhard bar’s will be attached to the
same side of the frame and will not oppose each other. Install the combo bracket approx. 1 inch to the inside of the
lower link bracket, and level to the ground.
The combo bracket will be to the inside, and parallel
with the frame. Next you can tack the bungs into the
upper link tube tube and install the joints. Now bolt the
upper link into the combo bracket. Now “dummy” the
upper link bracket on the other end of the link. While
holding it in position, mark the bracket location.