The MUD 100 series Photos thread (11 Viewers)

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cboyd

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Here's my beloved 2003 Cruiser. No mods, but did crank the torsion bars up about an inch. Tires are 275/70/18 stock rims too. It pulls this camper like nobody's business but I might install some airbags inside the rear coils to help keep it level.View attachment 896146

Checkout the Timbren SES suspension assist. I just installed these in lieu of airbags based on feedback from those that have them here. Came recommended by Slee and installed in 20 minutes. Biggest issue is figuring out the spacers you need for the amount of droop you have.

I'm running mine with a 1" and 1/2" spacer and Slee Heavy Springs (running drawers and an RTT). Here's a picture of the sag I had before I installed them.

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Checkout the Timbren SES suspension assist. I just installed these in lieu of airbags based on feedback from those that have them here. Came recommended by Slee and installed in 20 minutes. Biggest issue is figuring out the spacers you need for the amount of droop you have.

I'm running mine with a 1" and 1/2" spacer and Slee Heavy Springs (running drawers and an RTT). Here's a picture of the sag I had before I installed them.

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Now I ride level!

That is one loaded down 100! :D
 

TheForger

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Sunk my 100 series today in a creek and hydro-locked my engine:( Had a friend pull me out and got it towed the the dealership. Now waiting to see if it's totalled...

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Tell me about it! And you're right most likely insurance will not cover it since it was completely my fault caused by reckless driving. Plus, most off-road damages aren't covered by common insurance agencies.


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