First Leveling Kit

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I don't think it's in production yet is it? I think this was a custom job.

The last time I heard they were getting bombarded with questions.

Hopefully something will be commercially available soon.
 

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That leveling kit is on ebay

The shop that makes it was engaged in answering questions in that thread @CatchMeOffroad linked in the original post above.

At some point I plan to go over to their shop and get a leveling kit installed since I am only 2 hours away. The original one we all saw on that black truck was a 2.5 inch one and looks like they now sell a 1.5 inch one. I think 1.5 looks to be right. 2.5 seemed to make the nose a little too high.
 

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Personal, I have gone through this with my raptor. First I used the perch levels that came on the FOX shocks (Mid perch). The result was a slight stiffer ride around town, Less brake dive and better handling in the comers. (Remember Gen1 Raptor don't have electronic valving). I then went with Geiser Springs which gives approx a 2" lift and is progressive rate spring ride which provide excellent ride and better high speed off road capabilities. When I decide to level the front on the TRX, I hope someone has an aftermarket spring, which would be my preferred COA.
 

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I started out wanting to level the TRX and go with bigger off road wheels. After getting the truck and driving it for a couple of weeks I like the way it looks stock.
I'm now thinking I'll wait till I have a chance to get some real off road miles with it to figure out the suspension / wheel modes
 

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Personal, I have gone through this with my raptor. First I used the perch levels that came on the FOX shocks (Mid perch). The result was a slight stiffer ride around town, Less brake dive and better handling in the comers. (Remember Gen1 Raptor don't have electronic valving). I then went with Geiser Springs which gives approx a 2" lift and is progressive rate spring ride which provide excellent ride and better high speed off road capabilities. When I decide to level the front on the TRX, I hope someone has an aftermarket spring, which would be my preferred COA.
Eibach posted a teaser recently of a TRX in and said lift spring kit in works.
 

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Good to know. Thanks for sharing. A spring replacement would be a great approach.
i just talked to eibach again and here is what they said...
"No updates, very early phase of development"
 

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https://www.geiseroffroad.com/ is one of the suppliers for the Raptor, I don't know if they are going to venture into the TRX world.

Here is a link comparing Geiser to Eibach springs on a Gen 2 Raptor..
 
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