Camburg Engineering's Long Travel Kit for the 2010-2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser is designed to yield up to 15" of wheel travel.
In this high end Camburg Long Travel kit you will find nothing but the very best in A-Arm performance. Starting with our lower arm, uni-balls in the lower frame pivots, uni-ball lower ball joint replacement, and a stout boxed race arm. The upper arm pivots on urethane bushings with zerk fitting and 1.250″ race uni-balls replace the stock ball joints. We adapt the uni-ball to the spindle with heat treated stainless steel adapters. Utilizing Camburg SPEC 8″ travel 2.5″ reservoir coilovers by King or FOX there is no need to cut the stock coil-over mounts. The shock design has an external top cap so the shock has a 1.5″ shorter overall extend length then all other off-road race shocks. The steering upgrade includes a Heat treated stainless steel tie-rod and inner clevis which utilizes a 3/4″ rod end / heim joint. This system will yield up to 15″ travel on a 2×4 and 14″ on a 4×4. This system can also be upgraded with our dual shock mount and a 2.5″ 3 tube by-pass shock can be added to the system. So to sum it up this upper and lower uni-ball Long Travel System is for the ultimate in performance so if you are into trail running or desert racing or just exploring Moab you have found the ultimate in performance!
- Upper Uni-ball A-arms
- Lower Uni-ball A-arms
- Lower Uni-ball Spindle Adapter
- Brake Lines
- Limit Straps
- Steering Extensions
- Coilover Mounts
|Lift||Wheel Travel||Track Width||Wheel Size||Max Backspacing||Tire Size|
|2.5-4 in (front)||13-14 in||+3.5 in per side||16x8 or 17x8||4.75 in||285/75/16 or 285/70/17|
- 2wd models are able to run a coilover, bypass shock and air bump stop
- 4wd models can run a coilover and air bump stop or coilover and bypass shock, not all 3 like the 2wd models
- SHOCK SPECS: 2.5 x 8″ remote coilover 16″ x 500-600 lb coils 23.9″ extended | 16″ collapsed Tapered/Raised lower spring seat 2″ Longer lower rod end 1.25″ width shock spacers 90 degree res. fitting on shock.