40 COIL SPRING CONVERSION KIT

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Getting the 40 front conversion kit dialed in. We'll also be making a rear kit with 18 stage compression and rebound adjustable coil overs.
More to come in the next week or so.

Jason

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Jason does this require stretching the front axle? Or was thar just done at customer request
 

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Jason does this require stretching the front axle? Or was thar just done at customer request

No, customer wanted extra wheelbase.

PLZ more info on this! I desperately want to see this kit fully realized and available!

Have another one to do in a few weeks. We'll be stretch the body and frame 18" (tub sectioned) and then adding coil conversion front and coilovers rear.

Will this kit be available to purchase or only sold in house?

Available as a kit like my others, will be working on our next two and once those are done I will send parts and pieces to the laser cutter for production.

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So do the radius arm mounts have to be there for better geometry or could they go even a little further? Looking at reversed front leaf springs and they seem to push the front out a little more. Would love a combo of added wheelbase and the coil springs.
 

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So do the radius arm mounts have to be there for better geometry or could they go even a little further? Looking at reversed front leaf springs and they seem to push the front out a little more. Would love a combo of added wheelbase and the coil springs.

You can adapt to your liking as long as you keep the radius arm spacing correct of course.. Probably able to go forward another inch or so before the upswing in the frame where you'd need to add a wedge to the front of the RA bracket.
 

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Any plans to do a direct swap of FZJ80 axles under a 40 with the 80 suspension? Would your kit work with the 80 axles, or are they too wide for the brackets on the 40 frame?

Thanks,

Evan

I'd just make a different set of brackets. I have a customers 40 in now that we will be frame and body stretching, adding 62 axles with coil conversion, so I can look at the brackets after I get the frame work completed.
 

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