Climax Offroad Long Travel Suspension Kits

Max A.

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Yea. I you know how I feel about the stock axles lol.

Really it doesn’t get much better then the factory shock location it’s not ideal but it’s about as good as it gets with such a skinny axle.

If you wanted to get wild you would have to french towers into the frame.

The banjo bolts on the brakes stick out way to far to do much else.


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Yea. I you know how I feel about the stock axles lol.

Really it doesn’t get much better then the factory shock location it’s not ideal but it’s about as good as it gets with such a skinny axle.

If you wanted to get wild you would have to french towers into the frame.

The banjo bolts on the brakes stick out way to far to do much else.


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That's the main reason i had to get the shocks up and angled was to clear the brake banjo bolt. Luckily mine only loosened Vs shearing off. Not a good day when the pedal goes to the floor.
Damn narrow track axles with no room on the axle tube.
 
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If you do 60s if got the shock towers for you! Specific fit to the roxor.


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I can post it publicly…

$97.50 in American steel
$50 in machine time
$23 shipping
$20 for me

That’s $190.50 plus I have to start charging tax starting this October (thanks Joe) so $201.93 shipped.


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I'll throw the money to you when I'm ready to swing them underneath.
 
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Can you guys with completed kits post pictures of your roxors? spring, tire, wheel, shock, and steering specs are helpful.
 
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Rubicon Express 2.5 YJ springs
Bilstein 5100s, fronts are 33-104645. Rears are the same but too long, haven't figured out a solution for that yet.
Tires- BFG KM3 33x10.50x15. Wheels US Wheel 15x7.
 
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Revised shock Part numbers for the 2.5 springs.

Front 33-19645

Rear 33-230444 (standard) or 33-185606 (stiff)


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Revised shock Part numbers for the 2.5 springs.

Front 33-19645

Rear 33-230444 (standard) or 33-185606 (stiff)


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Thanks. Once I get the 60s on, I'll post those numbers when I get a shock length figured out.
 
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4.5” RE springs
37” tires
2” wheel spacers
Rear shocks are from a stock 1500 Chevy 4x4
I went with 12” travels up front with Ford shock towers.
watch the banjo bolt on the caliper with shocks in the stock location it will hit.
currently the stock steering works in this configuration. Slight dead spot from the tie rod roll.
I recommend bump stops. I have yet to install mine. I’ve bent all but 1 fender so far.

 
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4.5” RE springs
37” tires
2” wheel spacers
Rear shocks are from a stock 1500 Chevy 4x4
I went with 12” travels up front with Ford shock towers.
watch the banjo bolt on the caliper with shocks in the stock location it will hit.
currently the stock steering works in this configuration. Slight dead spot from the tie rod roll.
I recommend bump stops. I have yet to install mine. I’ve bent all but 1 fender so far.

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Looks cool! How tipsy is it with the narrow axles being so tall?
 
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