14 Bolt Full Width Truss Kit

From: $249.95

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Looking for the ultimate in strength, but lightweight? Look no further - TMR Customs full width axle trusses are the answer!

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From: $249.95
SKU: 14-BOLT-TRUSS-KIT
 

Product Description

Looking for the ultimate in strength, but lightweight? Look no further - TMR Customs full width axle trusses are the answer!

  • Low profile to allow maximum suspension up travel
  • Full width provides the ultimate in bend resistance
  • Internally gusseted directly beneath the upper link mounts for maximum strength
  • Fully laser cut and CNC formed for accuracy
  • 3/8” thick main plate with dimpled side panels

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I bought this truss kit along with a 14 bolt shave kit. It works awesome. Much nicer than a truss my friend has from another shop. Get it with the pinion guard and tie in to make it super beefy and strong! (Posted on 11/30/2016)
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Product Q&A

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Q:
How would one mount coil spring perches to this truss would I just have to fab up an angled bracket?
A:
Hi Jordan. Yes, you could fabricate an angled bracket. If you'd prefer an off the shelf coil spring mount you could also consider our Simple 14 Bolt Truss. Hope that info helps!
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Q:
Does this fit the newer style ribbed 14 Bolt?
A:
Hi Ryan. Yes, this truss is compatible with all SRW 14 Bolts - both finned and non. Hope that info helps!
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Q:
Will it fit a d60 rear?
A:
Please let us know how wide the truss could be for your D60 and we'll measure the 14 Bolt to compare. Thanks!
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I have a 2017 JK Wrangler and am looking to truss the rear Dana 44 will this work ? I have a pro rock in the front that I believe is plenty strong enough for what I doo
A:
Hi Sean. For the rear JK D44 you will want to use SKU # 1293. Thanks!
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Q:
So if i have a pinion guard already from another company that looks just like yours and i now want to add this truss would the tie in option work? Does it just overlap on top of the existing guard
A:
Hi Stephen. Yes, you can keep the pinion guard you have and our tie-in will overlap it. Hope that info helps!

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