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    Default StengerBuilts "Bare-Bones" L/T Kits

    StengerBuilts "Bare-Bones" Kits


    What is a "bare-bones kit"? These kits are a way for us to provide high qaulity, custom fabricated long travel kits at a lower cost to our customers. You provide most of your own hardware, limit straps, shocks, brakes, etc. Kits generally include upper and lower a-arms and custom or modified spindles. This saves you money and saves us time. Complete kits and installations are available.



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    00-06 Toyota Tundra Kit - option of + 4" or 6"
    Kit Includes:
    -modified stock spindle (with exchange)
    -fully fabricated spindle w/ race hubs available - call for pricing
    -upper and lower boxed arms - options: tubular upper arm, bolt on lower arm uniball mount with integrated steering arm
    -(2) 1.25" hiem joints
    -lower arm bushings

    $1999







    98-Current Ford Ranger XLT - + 4.5"
    Kit Includes:
    -upper arms
    -lower arms
    -fabricated spindle - hub/brake mounts not included - allowing -you to choose any hub/brake combo you want
    -(4) 1" uniballs for lower arm/spindle
    -lower arm bushings

    $2300

    Need custom tabs or fabricated parts for your installation? No problem. Give us a call.

    619-309-7700

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    steering? included?

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    Steering is not included for the prices listed. Eveything included in the "bare bones" kit is listed there. We can include steering at an additional cost if requested. Thanks for the interest.

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    The latest, "Xtreme" Tundra Kit

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    what heims are u guys using on the bottom of ur arms? thats a lot of force for a heim isnt it? but then again what do i know.
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    same size as a rear link. 1.25 jmx. the rear takes the most impact, and not to mention 500lb rear end + tires, its strong enough for the rear then the front should be fine.

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    Impressive looking set up! It would be nice to see a longer off set, say about three additional inches per side then what it looks like you are offering for a total of 6 more inches wider overall. Keep up the good work and thanks for allowing us to have more options to buy for the Tundra.

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    Thanks! But actually, the Tundra kits come in +4" or +6" per side for a total of 8" or 12" over stock width.
    Hell, Ive got tools to fix tools...C'mon bitch, break somethin'

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    Hello,
    For your latest extreme kit for the tundra, what is the cost? Also will your upper arm support a double shock setup (coilover + bypass)? Are you able to make two shock mounts on the lower arm and make it mount cleanly through the top? Do I need to get rid of stock bucket or do I need a special upper shock mount?

    Thanks and sorry for so many questions, I am interested in finding a race worthy setup for a low price!

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    we can make or change any kit. coilover and bypass is no problem but the stock upper mount for the tundra will need to be custom with new wider upper arm. im giving these great prices only for a short time. and i will not always offer the bare bones kits. we are getting too busy with some big jobs. so we will start to be more selective on future projects, we are starting one truggy and one trophy truck rollers soo its hard to pull away for just one or 2 kits... call for more info thanks

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    Pics of the new Tundra kit installed!
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    how much are u charging for the bare bones kit with the steering?

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    bump what he said
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    How much would it be for just upper and lower arms nothing else

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    Quote Originally Posted by ranger and a honda View Post
    How much would it be for just upper and lower arms nothing else
    Call them and ask...dont think their really looking to give everyone prices for everything little thing they sell over a public website....


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    you guys make a kit for 97-03 f-150's?

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    Quote Originally Posted by StengerBuilt View Post
    Pics of the new Tundra kit installed!
    I have a question.



    In this pic, the bump is basically on top of the lower. Are you shooting for more droop than compression? The arms definitely look beefy, but it looks like there will basically be hardly any travel.

    As far as the shock, why did the guy choose to go with an off the shelf replacement vice an 8" x 2.5" w. res?

    Not bashing anything here, just curious as to why it just doesn't quite look right.
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    what Front hubs are those
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    Quote Originally Posted by jduv1978 View Post
    I have a question.



    In this pic, the bump is basically on top of the lower. Are you shooting for more droop than compression? The arms definitely look beefy, but it looks like there will basically be hardly any travel.

    As far as the shock, why did the guy choose to go with an off the shelf replacement vice an 8" x 2.5" w. res?

    Not bashing anything here, just curious as to why it just doesn't quite look right.
    that 2-3"s worth of travel at the spot where the bump hits translates to more where the tire is, if that makes sense.
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    ya my chevy is like that pretty much you got to look at it this way, it might not look like a lot of up travel with the bumb on the upper arm, but the tire goes all the way up to the fender so there is still all that travel if this makes sense also
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    correct me if im wrong but arent bump stops used for a (just in case) hard hit.not relying on them work from ride hieght to bumped out.....

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