Hilux suspension

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cmitch
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Sun Jun 23, 2013 6:43 pm

I am looking for advice on an ideal suspension setup for my 2007 3.0 d4d double cab 4x2.

I do mostly tar roads for business but I'm also a game farmer, so also a bit of driving on the farm and towing a heavy game trailer from time to time.

My ideal setup would give me some body lift, not be a bone shaker and be able to handle dirt road without overturning at 60kph.

My thought are to get a comfy suspension kit like OME or ironman and then fit air springs for towing and heavier loads. Your thoughts please ....

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louis fourie
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Sun Jun 23, 2013 6:53 pm

cmitch wrote:I am looking for advice on an ideal suspension setup for my 2007 3.0 d4d double cab 4x2.

I do mostly tar roads for business but I'm also a game farmer, so also a bit of driving on the farm and towing a heavy game trailer from time to time.

My ideal setup would give me some body lift, not be a bone shaker and be able to handle dirt road without overturning at 60kph.

My thought are to get a comfy suspension kit like OME or ironman and then fit air springs for towing and heavier loads. Your thoughts please ....
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Tal
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Sun Jun 23, 2013 10:40 pm

louis fourie wrote:
cmitch wrote:I am looking for advice on an ideal suspension setup for my 2007 3.0 d4d double cab 4x2.

I do mostly tar roads for business but I'm also a game farmer, so also a bit of driving on the farm and towing a heavy game trailer from time to time.

My ideal setup would give me some body lift, not be a bone shaker and be able to handle dirt road without overturning at 60kph.

My thought are to get a comfy suspension kit like OME or ironman and then fit air springs for towing and heavier loads. Your thoughts please ....
One word - MIKEM

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Yip id also go that route
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Mon Jun 24, 2013 8:08 am

Darryll - Mikem Suspension, local guy, passionate about his business and his customers, very good product that won't break your bank account. And he can tailor the suspension to your specific needs, you may even not need those air springs in the end.

+2711 493-5181
darell@mikemsuspensions.co.za
137 Eloff Street Extension, Jhb.
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