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Check out the new KRX 3" Long Travel kit! Add's 6" overall!

Link: Kawasaki Teryx KRX 1000 Long Travel Kit | SuperATV







Overhaul Your KRX 1000
SuperATV’s 3” Long Travel Kit is a total suspension replacement that makes your Kawasaki Teryx KRX 1000 wider and more capable. With bulletproof suspension components, heavy-duty tie rods, and Rhino 2.0 Axles, it’ll feel like you’ve got yourself a brand new side-by-side. This kit adds 3” to each side of your KRX, increasing your width by 6” overall. It also makes room for tires as large as 34”. You’re left with a reinforced and gusseted suspension that’s capable of handling abuse from the most gnarly trails.

Super-Strong Suspension Arms
This Kawasaki Teryx long travel kit comes complete with high-strength A-arms, high-clearance steel trailing arms, and unbeatable boxed high-clearance radius arms. Our tubed A-arms feature fully adjustable pivot blocks so you can dial in your camber for perfect ride quality. The boxed radius arms, which are also adjustable, have hefty 5/8” heim joints. Both are preadjusted to stock specs right out of the box. You also get trailing arms that are made with 1/8” steel plating and internal gussets for long-lasting durability. All suspension components have a bend for additional ground clearance and are covered by an unbeatable lifetime warranty.

Need Better Ball Joints? We’ll Install Them!
This kit works with your stock ball joints, but you also have the option to purchase our Heavy-Duty 4340 or Super-Duty 300M Ball Joints when you check out. Adding an awesome set of ball joints is a no-brainer, but what if we told you we’ll do all the work, too? Don’t worry about buying a press, removing your old ball joints, and then pressing them back in. Buy our ball joints and we’ll install them to your arms at no extra cost.

Rhino 2.0 Axles and Tie Rod Kit Included
No long travel kit would be complete without a set of bulletproof Rhino 2.0 Axles. Their maximized CV joints and 4340 chromoly steel deliver all the strength you need for hardcore off-roading. You also get a heavy-duty tie rod kit that features 6061-T6 billet aluminum shafts and a flashy hex design. Our tie rods give you a stronger steering system while also adding head-turning good looks to your KRX.

NOTE: Limit straps and track bars not included. Kit utilizes stock ball joints, bushings, and sleeves.

Kit Includes:
(4) High-clearance tubed A-arms
(2) High-clearance rear trailing arms
(2) High-clearance boxed radius arms
(4) Rhino 2.0 Axles
(2) Heavy-duty tie rods and tie rod ends
Extended brake lines
All required hardware
 

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How much travel does this add?
 
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How much travel does this add?
Front: 1.5 - 2" with the stock sway bar. REMOVE the sway bar and get much more. (not measured, but obviously much more)
Rear: 2" in the rear with the stock sway bar.

Are the front A arms offset forward
I'd assume so, but its not listed in the spec sheet. I'll have to pull the print to see for sure.

Are the a-arm bushings the same size as stock?
Yep! You can reuse your stock ones if they are in good condition, or aftermarket....or you can get some new UHMW one's from us if you want an upgraded bushing kit.
 

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How much travel does this add?
Front: 1.5 - 2" with the stock sway bar. REMOVE the sway bar and get much more. (not measured, but obviously much more)
Rear: 2" in the rear with the stock sway bar.
This is a pretty important spec for a "long travel kit" and pretty easy to measure. I stopped looking last night when I saw it wasn't listed. Sway bar or no sway bar don't effect the travel numbers as it will be measured full droop to full compression and compared to stock numbers, it would just be harder to do with a sway bar. Until there a printed spec it's just a widening kit.
 

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This is a pretty important spec for a "long travel kit" and pretty easy to measure. I stopped looking last night when I saw it wasn't listed. Sway bar or no sway bar don't effect the travel numbers as it will be measured full droop to full compression and compared to stock numbers, it would just be harder to do with a sway bar. Until there a printed spec it's just a widening kit.
Those numbers are the recorded specs from the try-on sheet in the shop. Not sure why the decision was made not to post numbers on the web page. I don't think we list numbers on any of our LT kits for other machines. Definitely a long travel with increased travel.
 

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This is a pretty important spec for a "long travel kit" and pretty easy to measure. I stopped looking last night when I saw it wasn't listed. Sway bar or no sway bar don't effect the travel numbers as it will be measured full droop to full compression and compared to stock numbers, it would just be harder to do with a sway bar. Until there a printed spec it's just a widening kit.
Lol! Got those too! Home Page - SuperATV
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This is a pretty important spec for a "long travel kit" and pretty easy to measure. I stopped looking last night when I saw it wasn't listed. Sway bar or no sway bar don't effect the travel numbers as it will be measured full droop to full compression and compared to stock numbers, it would just be harder to do with a sway bar. Until there a printed spec it's just a widening kit.
Wide enough already, but looks interesting
 

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