300 Series Lift Kit (2.5 OEM Performance Series) – Profender 4×4
Profender Premium Suspension are a world class manufacturer of all suspension products, and made a name for themselves with arguably the best off-road racing shocks in the world. That’s many of the biggest brands in the world go to them for manufacturing – think Superior Engineering, TJM, Lovells, Rough Country and so many more!
We figured, why pay for everyone else’s advertising and branding costs, when you can just go straight to the manufacturer and have them supply their top shelf products direct.
What the best lift kit for 300 Series Landcruiser?
There are plenty of things to consider when it comes to suspension upgrades.
When choosing a 300 Series Lift Kit, it’s important to consider what you are using your vehicle for, and what sort of action your 300 Series will see. Are you purely after some extra clearance and don’t mind too much about the ride? Or do you require added performance and a comfortable on-road experience? Do you need the whole hog, with ability the to dampen and adjust the responsiveness on your shock depending on your vehicle use at the time?
The crew at TWD 4×4 HQ have put together this premium 300 Series Landcruiser Lift Kit for customers:
Remote Res (8-Step Adjustable) – The Monotube 2.5 OEM Performance setup has the flexibility when it comes to preferred responsiveness of your shock. This is controlled with the adjustable knobs to dampen or tighten your ride (front and rear). Perfect for variable-use city driving, high speed, beach, off-road and towing. If you’re towing caravans and heavy loads, consider adding airbags to your quote.
*** We recommend a Diff Drop with all Profender 300 Series Landcruiser Lift Kits, however it is not an absolute requirement. Profender UCA is always recommended to restore your front end geometry back to intended factory angles ***
Suitable for: 300 Series Lift Kit (2021+)
How much weight have you added (or are adding) to your 300 Series?
Another important consideration is what sort of weight you’re subjecting your suspension to. We typically like to differentiate between front end weight (bull bar, winch, aftermarket bonnet etc.) and rear end weight (tools, drawers, rooftop tent etc.).
You don’t want to subject your suspension setup to more weight than the springs are rated to, yet at the same time, it’s still important to have a comfortable ride – especially given you’re probably using your LC300 as a daily. When requesting a quote, use the drop down options to estimate the weight you’ll have on each end, and the TWD 4×4 team can provide you some advice on what kit and coil rating will best suit your vehicle from there.
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