2nd Generation Design! Now supplied with Longer Lower Control Arms for better control of the diff when off-road. (Design Number 201817399)
The difference between the stage 1 and stage 2 kit is the stage 2 kit includes the coils and shocks and the stage 1 kit allows you to select your own coils and shocks.
NOTE: Exhaust mods are not included in this price and will have to added to the final cost, the exhaust will need the be modified from the rear control arm mount back.
Convert your leaf sprung Landcruiser 79 Series Dual Cab to a more compliant ride and better handling both on and offroad with one of our Superior Engineering Coil Conversion Kits, designed, tested and manufactured right here in Brisbane to suit all Australian conditions.
This kit is supplied with everything you need to convert your vehicle from leaves to coils except the coils and shocks, this allows you to run your own selection of coils or shocks.
It still includes all other required parts such as all brackets, mounts, control arms, brake lines and swaybar as well.
The NCOP VSB pre-approval paperwork is also supplied, so you can legally have the Coil suspension fitted and approved on your vehicle.
The Coil Conversion kit utilises many original bolt locations to precisely place many of the brackets on the vehicle, allowing simple installation.
The Superior Engineering Weld-In coil conversion design was chosen to provide a more robust and longer lasting solution for the trusty Landcruiser workhorses.
We felt that a welded package that distributes the loads more evenly over almost 100% more chassis area than common bolt-in systems is exactly what Landcruiser owners deserve!
LESS Expense, Less Maintenance and improved chassis strength is why - Welding is the preferred method. Who would want to drive to the cape over corrugated tracks and have to stop to check if your rear suspension is still bolted in all the time?
Once you drive on a coil rear 79 you won’t ever want to go back to leaf sprung suspension! Do your spine a favour, and get the Superior Engineering Weld-In Coil Suspension.
We have developed this kit to be easy to install with full instructions and have done all the hard work and testing as well as performing accredited lane change tests (Check out the video below) and the Design pre-approval under the VSB LS Codes.
This kit needs to be welded by a qualified boilermaker or welder (AS1554.1 certified) and fitted by a suitably qualified suspension fitter.
Once this coil conversion is fitted the vehicle must be produced at your local transport approved modification plate officer, they will inspect that the vehicle has the suspension fitted in accordance with the supplied instructions and is welded correctly and to an acceptable standard, original invoice will need to be provided for the coil kit at time of inspection to prove it is a Superior Engineering kit . The inspector/ officer will then plate the vehicle with an LS6 approval code. As with all modification and aftermarket accessories, it is recommended to confirm all modifications in writing with your insurance company as some policies or providers may not accept such modifications although street legal.
This kit is designed to use Toyota Landcruiser 80 Series Coils and Nissan Patrol Rear Shocks, which gives a great range to choose from.
Please call us for advise on coil shock selection.
NOTE: Maximum shock length must not exceed 785mm open.
FEATURES & HIGHLIGHTS
Side Chassis Brace
Sway Bar Kit
Upper Control Arm Mounts (Diff and Chassis)
Lower Control Arm Fixed Pins
Lower Control Arm/Shock Mount
Lower Coil Mounts
Upper Adjustable Control Arms
Lower Control Arms
Handbrake Relocation Bracketry
All Required Bolts and Fasteners
NOTE: Some modifications to the rear of the exhaust system will be required to fit this kit.
NOTE: this kit is designed to be used with maximum 2.0 shocks, larger shocks will require some modification to the kit
NOTE: The welding of this kit must meet or exceed Australian Standard AS 1554 Structural steel
welding Category SP. In general for approval purposes, this part needs to be welded by a qualified
welded who has performed and understands the correct welding procedure that is required.
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