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January 2007 New 4x4 Products

Posted in Product Reviews on January 1, 2007
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Looking for the next step up on your '05-and-up Super Duty? Check out Pro Comp's new Double XX dual coilover kit that puts two 2.75 remote-reservoir coilover shocks in the front. Offered in both 6- and 8-inch versions, this kit gives you new tubular radius arms with pliable rubber bushings for a good ride, and complete replacement rear springs (not just blocks). To absorb rear hops, a pair of MX6 six-way adjustable shocks are put on duty, while 3/16-inch coil towers hold four remote-reservoir shocks up front. Information: Pro Comp, 800.776.0767, www.procompmotorsports.com

Pro-Stop brake rotors are now available with a cadmium plating for most late-model SUVs and trucks as a premium upgrade over the tired factory rotors. The hole patterns are carefully engineered and precision-machined to enhance out-gassing and improve pad cooling on the North American-made rotor casting. Since the rotors are cadmium plated, they'll resist corrosion and ugly rust on the rotors. Information: Pro-Stop Drilled, www.drilledrotor.com

Want the ultimate bling engine for your ride? Check out Katech Performance's line of LS7 engines. The Track Attack is a 7.0L choice for off-road use that combines a high-output camshaft and valvetrain mods with 12:1 or 14:1 forged pistons. You can get it with an electronic or mechanical throttle control. Information: Katech Performance, www.katechengines.com


The Dick Cepek Mud Country name is back, but on a whole new high-void stepped-lug tire. The radial construction tire offers a true mud-terrain tread, but with a generous amount of siping to provide great rain and snow traction. The tires are available in 21 sizes from 31 to 40 inches tall, fitting on 15- to 20-inch wheels. They'll be available at your nearest Mickey Thompson/Dick Cepek tire dealer by the time you read this. Information: Dick Cepek Tires & Wheels, 800.222.9092, www.dickcepek.com

We've barely seen these on the street, and Dynomax already has a new exhaust system for the '07 Tahoe/Yukon. The after-cat system comes complete with a flex coupler, 3-inch aluminized tubing, a 4-inch tip, and an Ultra Flo welded muffler. Dynomax's dyno tests quote an 8hp gain at peak performance while also matching that number in torque. Information: Dynomax, 734.384.7806, www.dynomax.com

CAGE Offroad has developed some tubular radius arms that can help you ditch IFS, leaf springs, twin-traction beams, or those old factory radius arms on Broncos. With the optional axle bracket that you can weld onto any axle, you can make yourself a front- or rear-link suspension without all the difficulties in setting up a link suspension. The radius-arm brackets bolt easily onto any 4x4 frame and offer clear advantages to rockcrawlers and desert runners alike. The 2x313-wall tubing is combined with 1/4-inch laser-cut plating and 1 1/4-inch Teflon rod ends. CAGE also has progressive-rate springs to help finish off the package. Information: CAGE Offroad Products, 866.587.2243, www.cageoffroad.com

Trail Master's newest kit is this '07 Suburban/Yukon XL that will get you up in the air 4 to 6 inches. The kit utilizes precision CNC-machined ductile cast-iron steering knuckles with laser-cut crossmembers to provide great suspension geometry. The kit will allow you to get 33-inch tires on, and 35s with a little trimming. Information: Trail Master Suspension, 928.636.7080, www.p-a-g.net

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