Landcruiser (1990-2007) 80/105 Series 50mm suspension lift kit - Tough Ralph Shocks

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Landcruiser (1990-2007) 80/105 Series 50mm suspension lift kit - Tough Ralph Shocks available on AfterPay. We deliver Australia-wide! – Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide & Perth.

Landcruiser (1990-2007) 80/105 Series 50mm suspension lift kit - Tough Dog Adjustable

Pushing your 4x4 to the absolute limit and need the suspension lifted ? Tough dog kits are designed and developed by passionate  4WD enthusiasts, comprehensively designed to give a complete solution, tailored to your individual vehicle requirements.

Wanting all of the advantages of a large bore, high performance shock at an affordable price with 3 year, unlimited KM warranty ? Tough dog lift kits are the answer.

The Tough Dog 53mm Ralph Shocks were originally intended to suit prime movers and carry a massive amount of oil, which makes for smooth driving in the toughest conditions and under the heaviest loads. Tough Dog decided to redesign these extreme shocks so they can be used for your 4WD! The Ralph shock has a massive 53mm bore and 22mm chrome piston rod, all housed in a 70mm casing. These big dogs carry so much oil, they will run cool over even the toughest of terrain. If you drive a fully laden off road tourer, these are the shocks for you.

This kit, designed specifically for the Toyota Landcruiser 80 series will lift your vehicle by 50mm, and provide dramatically improved road holding, towing balance and off-road performance.

 This full kit, comprises the following;

  • Front Tough Dog Coil Springs
  • Front Tough Dog Ralph 53mm  Shocks
  • Rear Tough Dog Ralph 53mm  Shocks
  • Rear 0-300KG Tough Dog Coil Springs

    Specifically designed for multi disciplinary use, whether you're rolling to work, or playing in the most trying off-road conditions, the Tough Dog upgrades will have your vehicle performing at its peak.

     PPD Performance offers a range of spring rates to suit your anticipated front accessory requirements, and rear constant loads. View the guide on spring selection HERE