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Got my rollers fixed and now ready move on with my build. 2015 TH 3.2... What other suspension components should I be replacing with my lift kit? I'm at 150K on factory suspension. Should I stick with OEM? Should I go up to a bigger brake kit? Thanks guys! The kind of trails I'll be on are a mix of loose rock, red clay, hardpack, loose dirt, and some stream crossings if any of this matters.
 

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Got my rollers fixed and now ready move on with my build. 2015 TH 3.2... What other suspension components should I be replacing with my lift kit? I'm at 150K on factory suspension. Should I stick with OEM? Should I go up to a bigger brake kit? Thanks guys! The kind of trails I'll be on are a mix of loose rock, red clay, hardpack, loose dirt, and some stream crossings if any of this matters.
A good inspection is a good idea. That's a lot of miles, things like tie rods, and any of the rubber bushings that probably could use replacement. A nice set of Bilstien B6 struts and shocks would be a huge upgrade, and you'll be good to go for another 150K!!!
 

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A good inspection is a good idea. That's a lot of miles, things like tie rods, and any of the rubber bushings that probably could use replacement. A nice set of Bilstien B6 struts and shocks would be a huge upgrade, and you'll be good to go for another 150K!!!
Thanks man! Will the B6 provide a solid trail experience? I'll have them look over everything.
 

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While they're under there, I'd replace anything that's rubber with urethane. All readily available I think...😎
 
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