KORE Toyota Tundra Suspension – Toyota Tundra – KORE Suspension – Tundra Suspension

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KORE’ s Award Winning Toyota Tundra Suspension syst em provide s 2-4 inches of lift, improved ride quality and 12.4 inches of quality wheel travel – more wheel travel than the front of most dirt bikes. Here’s a breakdown of KORE Toyota Tundra Suspension: 3.5 inches of lift, 12.4 inches of wheel travel, and 2.5 inch Remote Reservoir shocks.

The KORE Toyota Tundra Suspension kit is a modular system that you can purchase one part at a time. The first part is the coil-over setup. It’s a lot like the kit that KORE helped Fox develop except the KORE Toyota Tundra shocks come with longer, softer custom Eibach coil springs, contain different valving, and offer more wheel travel for your Toyota Tundra than the Fox shock.

The difference is that the Fox coil-over replacements for the Toyota Tundra are a direct bolt-on. Their length is very close to stock, thus the spring rate must be higher to get the desired amount of lift. Mounting our KORE Toyota Tundra shocks requires five minutes of grinding on the lower control arm shock mounting pocket, so it’s not a straight bolt-on kit, but the benefits of the KORE Toyota Tundra suspension system are increased wheel travel, more lift, a more appropriate bump/droop travel relationship, softer, more controlled ride, and greater adjustability.

This KORE Toyota Tundra Suspension kit has been extensively tested on and off road, to include plenty of Baja time. When set to 3 inches of lift, Toyota Tundra trucks can still be aligned to OE specs. With a little more than three inches of lift (via the adjustable shock) we could fit a 35 tire without trimming anything around the KORE Toyota Tundra kit.

It’s a pretty tight squeeze between the forward cab mount. So, due to production variances, we doubt 35’s will clear on everyone’s Toyota Tundra. But it’s quite easy to make a little clearance on your Toyota Tundra by cutting a bit of the cab mount that’s right behind the front wheel.

You may not need to do this, depending on your particular Tundra, but if it’s a concern then you can simply run a 33 inch tire on your Tundra.

Soon we will release KORE’s billet UCAs that use a special high-angle ball joint vice a uniball. We found during testing that for long-term use, a uniball is problematic on street trucks. These upper control arms are fully adjustable for camber and caster, provide more precise steering control, and a softer, smoother suspension action. The stock UCAs use rubber bushings that must twist.

KORE arms use Kevlar/Teflon rod ends with bearings that rotate smoothly.

The rear set up uses KORE-spec Deaver springs, replacement shackles, and a pair or remote reservoir Fox shocks. We will release the rear half soon.

For Toyota Tundra Suspension, we will not be incorporating the 930-style finned, inboard CV found on some of our new IFS kits. The Toyota Tundra front axles on our project truck cycle within the travel range of our shocks with no problems.

The front half of our Toyota Tundra Suspension system offers 12.4 inches of wheel travel. It’s available right now. For more information on the KORE technology and philosophy behind the KORE Toyota Tundra Suspension system, please see the related links below or visit KORE directly. In addition, you can purchase KORE Toyota Tundra Suspension systems at the KORE Race Shop .

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