Complete 4×4 Suspension Catalogue

Leaf Springs: Part number suf? x A. (eg. TOY057A)
Will provide some lift from standard and used where comfort is preferred rather than ? rm control. This
design is best suited to light or no load applications.
Coil and Leaf Springs: Part number suf? x B. (eg. TOY025B)
Ride will be ? rmer than original by around 20% and suits light to medium loads. This spring is
recommended when the given load may be occasional or temporary. Excellent for vehicles which have
some accessories ? tted.


Coil and Leaf Springs: Part number suf? x C. (eg. TOY025C)
Will provide excellent support for vehicle`s carrying constant heavy loads.
Suitable when multiple heavy accessories or steel tray’s / toolboxes ? tted.
These springs should be avoided when vehicle has light or no load present.
Leaf Springs: Part number suf? x D. (eg. TOY009D)
Extra heavy duty springs designed to support heavier
constant loads when heavy accessories are combined with
heavy payloads

Nitro Gas: Part number suf? x GR.
Twin Tube 35mm Bore and Piston.
These shock absorbers are best suited to medium and heavy loads. Vehicle will become ? rmer and more
responsive. Will provide excellent resistance to body roll when cornering.
Nitro Gas Soft Ride: Part number suf? x GRC.
Twin Tube 35mm Bore and Piston
These shock absorbers are available for selected vehicle`s where comfort is preferred rather than ? rm
control. The softer valving is best suited to light or no load applications.
Foam Cell: Part number suf? x FE.
Twin Tube 41mm Bore and Piston.
These shock absorbers provide similar bene? ts to the Nitro
Gas GR shock absorber. The Foam Cell shock absorber
features larger piston and bore size to allow for more oil
capacity which allows the shock absorber to operate cooler
in rough offroad conditions or long haul corrugations.

The correct selection of a suspension kit is vital to a successful outcome.
Each vehicle should be treated as an individual case, as many variables can affect the ? nal result.
When assessing a vehicle and choosing a kit, the following must be noted:
• Engine type, Petrol, Diesel, Turbo Diesel? Perhaps an engine conversion which is heavier
than the original?
• Added accessories such as bull bar, winch, second battery, extra spare wheel, drawer system,
roof rack, steel tray, sub tanks etc. can all alter the outcome.
• Take note the location of these accessories as the re-location can also disrupt the weight balance.
• Carefully note the production date and series of the vehicle as many parts may differ
from model to model.
• Take note of the customer’s actual request and learn how and where the vehicle will be driven.

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