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KHC also makes a kit that retains stock fuel tank, diffs and all, but loses the stock spare tire mounting location. Their kit is bolt on, drilling required.
 

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KHC also makes a kit that retains stock fuel tank, diffs and all, but loses the stock spare tire mounting location. Their kit is bolt on, drilling required.

The no drilling part sounds nice. Doesn't seem like their site has much info on it yet though.

I think I noticed the SVC kit says it's a 4 link and the Foutz/KHC says it's a 5 link system. What is the pros/cons of 4 vs 5?
 

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The no drilling part sounds nice. Doesn't seem like their site has much info on it yet though.

I think I noticed the SVC kit says it's a 4 link and the Foutz/KHC says it's a 5 link system. What is the pros/cons of 4 vs 5?
No welding required, drilling IS required.
 

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If you’re adding 6 or so inches of travel, does that indicate the back end is jacked up that much which would require a6 inch front lift? Looks awesome but seems like there is more to it
 

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No trucks were there that have been converted. Had some cool stuff sat in Foutz's Trx and started it up. Thing sounds mean . Ton of Raptors I'm betting over 50 raptors and 2 TRXs
 

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Well you need a bump kit for sure, extra$,
cantilever kit extra and shocks however through the bed with cage is by far preferable with a 3.5 long travel shock, and ya the rear will need height or bedsides to get more uptravel
 

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I’m getting live-valves and the SDI set up on my Gen 1 I really want to go the link route in the rear over just upgraded leafs and bumps. I’m leaning towards Dave at KHC when he releases it, but the Foutz kit looks legit.
 

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I’m getting live-valves and the SDI set up on my Gen 1 I really want to go the link route in the rear over just upgraded leafs and bumps. I’m leaning towards Dave at KHC when he releases it, but the Foutz kit looks legit.
The kit KHC has is great!, the foutz kit is very nice too, you can keep stock spare on foutz.
I have the KHC kit on my gen2, and i love it in everyway possible! except the lost of the stock spare and having the bypass rack. I have the meanest mall crawler around. Maybe someone with more knowledge in suspension can comment on design differences between the foutz vs khc designs.
 

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The kit KHC has is great!, the foutz kit is very nice too, you can keep stock spare on foutz.
I have the KHC kit on my gen2, and i love it in everyway possible! except the lost of the stock spare and having the bypass rack. I have the meanest mall crawler around. Maybe someone with more knowledge in suspension can comment on design differences between the foutz vs khc designs.
I just briefly looked and only links I found on FMI’s website was their back half ones.
 
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