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Stock rear panhard versus OME Heavy Duty Adjustable PanhardI’ve been an Old Man Emu suspension fan for years, and have run their standard OME heavy coils and shocks on my FZJ80 for over 100,000 miles. However, the desire for bigger tires and a bit more clearance led me to their J-coil setup and L-series NitroCharger shocks…and with that, the need to adjust my rear pinion angle and re-center the front and rear axles.

Old Man Emu recently added Adjustable Front (PAN3050) and Rear (PANR008) Panhard rods, Heavy Duty Upper Adjustable Trailing Arms (UTA3036) and Heavy Duty Lower Trailing Arms (LTA3043) to their product line. 4140 Alloy steel. Powdercoat finish. Premium bushings. Since their other products have served me well, let’s put these to the test. Read More→

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Categories : FZJ80
  • Added Interior Refinement; Two- or three-row versatility
  • Body-On-Frame Off-Road Performance
  • Advanced audio and connectivity features

2014 Toyota 4Runner

For nearly three decades, the Toyota4Runner mid-size SUV has been a stalwart for off-roading enthusiasts seeking a SUV with rugged, go-anywhere capability. Currently In its fifth-generation, 4Runner continues as one of the few fully capable mid-size SUVs, and the redesigned 2014 4Runner receives a rugged new exterior design, and interior refinements that add comfort and convenience without sacrificing its hallmark performance capability and excellent value. Read More→

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Marlin helps the FZJ80 C-R-A-W-L

Wednesday, July 10th, 2013

Test fittingAs we all know, SLOWER is always better when it comes to control…and manhandling a big vehicle like the 80-series makes that even more important. Differential gears have always been common cure, and those are still a better option for big-tire correction…but what about that low-speed trail control? Marlin Crawler has finally addressed that with their affordable Land Cruiser Crawler Gears. Read More→

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Noco Genius Dual Battery Charger review! PowerModz!

Thursday, June 27th, 2013

Bubba Rope field test and review, check it out!

Tuesday, October 30th, 2012

I tested the Bubba rope today, I’ll have to admit I’m pretty impressed!

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Nitro Xtreme Diff Covers for Semi Float Landcruiser!

Thursday, October 25th, 2012

Nitro Xtreme Diff covers for Semi Float Landcruiser! Now in stock!

As many of you know the factory stamped diff cover on the Toyota Landcruiser 9.5″ semi-float rear end is little to be desired. They are thin, rust easily and don’t adequately protect your expensive diff parts from damage. Since these are sort of the oddballs, none of the common sources make a diff cover for them. Read More→

RadfloFountain Valley, CA – March 2012: Radflo Suspension Technology is proud to announce the release of our 100 Series Land Cruiser shocks for both lifted applications and for use with aftermarket upper control arms. Whether your 100 series has lift  springs from 3” all the way up to 7” we now offer a performance shock for it. We also have extended travel shocks to be used  with aftermarket upper control arms. All of these shocks are available in 2.0” or 2.5” diameters and a remote reservoir option.  We don’t believe that you should be limited to standard off-the-shelf shock absorbers just because you drive a Land Cruiser.  Therefore, we developed our line of OE replacement shocks to satisfy your specific performance needs. Read More→

Super Deluxe Suspension System for Land Cruiser 100-Series IFS

available w/ UCA’s & King 2.5″ Remote Reservoir shocks.

100-series System Includes:

-Uniball Upper Control Arm Kit
-Front 100-Series specific Torsion Bars (heavier load) Must specify Diesel or Petrol
-Rear 100-series specific Coil Springs (you choose, light, med, heavy load)
-Diff Drop Kit
-Set of 4 KING 2.5″ Bore Remote Reservoir shocks, specifically valved and tuned for use with super deluxe 100-series System.

-Fits Toyota Land Cruiser 100-series w/ independent front suspension
-1998-2007 HDJ100 UZJ100 FZJ100, AND LEXUS LX470

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