Installing Pro Comp’s Tundra Long Travel Suspension System

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Deanna ScanlonPhotographer, Writer

When this owner wanted to upgrade his 2014 Toyota Tundra Platinum Crew Max, he had big plans, but he knew where he wanted to start, and that was with a Pro Comp Long Travel suspension system.

The Pro Comp the kit features ductile cast iron upper and lower extended A-arms. Pro Comp says that with their long lasting, maintenance-free, oversized OE-style pivot bushings, they can maintain factory levels of noise and vibration while increasing strength and durability. They supply extended length tie rod ends to accommodate the 5-inch track width, which increases high-speed stability.

The trucks overall ride height is increased by 3- to 4-inches to allow 14-inches of travel with 35-inch tires. Rear lift height and performance is achieved with longer spring shackles and multi-leaf spring mini packs.

Pro Comp supplies the shocks too, of course. For the front, they are 2.75 coil-overs that feature internal bypass capabilities while the rear units are 2.5’s that also have the Internal Bypass system built right in.

The result is that the Tundra will soon have 14-inches of wheel travel up front with 12-inches in the rear. The track width of the front will increase by 5-inches and with the wheel travel, the Pro Comp fender extensions. All that, and the Pro Comp system is FMVSS 126 compliant (that means legal).

This install happened at the Riverside 4 Wheel Parts store, and they not only did it, the added a few more parts to the Tundra such as N-Fab bumpers, Rigid Industries Radiance LED light bars, and a host of other tricks.

But lets not get a head of ourselves; we’re here to bring you the install of the Pro Comp Long Travel kit, so take a look at how easily this kit goes on. There’s only one piece on the frame that needs to be modified, so this is an install that you could conceivably do in your own garage. Follow along as the pro at 4 Wheel Parts do it, and then give it a try yourself.

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