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REVTEK SUSPENSION INTRODUCES INNOVATIVE LIFT SYSTEM FOR JEEP JK

REVTEK SUSPENSION INTRODUCES INNOVATIVE LIFT SYSTEM FOR JEEP JK

Revtek’s new three-inch lift system for the Jeep Wrangler JK improves off-road capability without compromising ride comfort. Unlike other systems that use coils to obtain lift, this Revtek lift system employs spacers to lift the front three inches, the rear one inch, for a level ride and room for up to 35 x 12.5-inch tires. The rear suspension retains the OEM shocks, while the front is fitted with a pair of Revtek performance shocks and a unique adjustable track bar to prevent bump steer. Also included are front sway bar end links, front brake line drop-down brackets, rear track bar relocation bracket and all necessary mounting hardware. This Revtek lift system installs in just two hours with no cutting or welding necessary.

Revtek Suspension, (877) LIFT TOY; www.revtek.com

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Based in Portland Oregon, Revtek Suspension prides itself in producing “real world” engineered suspension systems and components for Dodge, Ford, GM, Jeep, Nissan and Toyota trucks/SUV’s. Revtek systems are designed and tested in-house, resulting in the most installer-friendly, best-riding kits on the market.

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John Stewart

Off Road Trail Tools Announces Release of Fold-Down Tray Table

Off Road Tool Drop Tray and Tool Roll
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Off Road Trail Tools Announces Release of Fold-Down Tray Table

Tucson, Arizona-January, 2008 - Off Road Trail Tools announces the release of their exclusive fold-down tray table for Wrangler TJ & LJ tailgates, available now at offroadtrailtools.com

“While my fellow enthusiasts are out on the trail, my attention is focused elsewhere.” Says president Tat Marcy. “Out of the exciting and adventurous stories that I hear, emerge new ideas for innovative solutions to just about anything and everything you can encounter while out on the trail,” he says.


This useful tool was designed for almost anything that requires a flat surface to work on, whether it’s doing a repair or fixing lunch for the gang. This 12”x18” thin and strong tray is made of non-rusting aluminum, laser cut and tig-welded for lasting strength.

The fold-down tray table is offered in two finishes: Black Powder Coated, part #5052P for $199.95 and Aluminum Natural Finish, part #5052 for $149.95. Both are currently available at offroadtrailtools.com

Off Road Trail Tools is a leader in the design and manufacture of innovative tool ideas for prevention and repair for a wide-range of off-road applications. Off Road Trail Tools is committed to delivering vehicle dependent expedition reliability.

For further information about this product, contact Tat Marcy
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7099 W Hutchs Pools Place
Tucson, AZ 85743
P.520.579.2079
F.520.579.2080

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REVTEK INTRODUCES LIFT SYSTEMS FOR JEEP LIBERTY AND DODGE NITRO

REVTEK INTRODUCES LIFT SYSTEMS FOR JEEP LIBERTY AND DODGE NITRO

Gaining clearance for up to 265/75/R16 tires couldn’t be easier with Revtek’s new lift system for the 2008 Jeep Liberty and '07-'08 Dodge Nitro. Consisting of billet aluminum 2-inch lift spacers front and 1-1/4 inch polyurethane spacers rear, this new system installs in under two hours with no cutting or welding required. The system works within the OEM suspension geometry, and ride quality is completely unaffected. Revtek Suspension,

(877) LIFT TOY; www.revtek.com

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Suspension install on 3rd gen 4Runner (96-02)


Front install:

My front setup includes OME 881 heavy duty coil springs, Cornfed 2" aluminum spacers, and Bilstein heavy duty shocks.

First thing you should do is spray all the bolts with some PB blaster. This stuff works wonders on stuck and rusted bolts. Just spray it and let it sit for a few minutes. Makes life easier.

Then raise the vehicle up and support it on jack stands. Make sure to lift it high enough that you can droop the lower a-arm assembly down far enough that it doesn't hit the ground. Then remove the wheels.

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