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Toyota Tundra 2022+ Transformed: Total Chaos Introduces Bolt-On Suspension Upgrade

Total Chaos, in conjunction with King Shocks, has recently unveiled their ready-to-install, performance-focused lift kit packages for the 2022+ Toyota Tundra. The upgrade is aimed at owners seeking “race truck performance” without resorting to complex custom fabrication.

Total Chaos Suspension Kit

This all-inclusive kit offers an upgrade to the Tundra’s handling on- and off-road while providing 2-3 inches of lift that can accommodate 35-inch tires. The highlight of this package is the Total Chaos uniball Upper Control Arms (UCAs) that come paired with King 2.5-inch diameter shocks.

Total Chaos Suspension Kit

The UCAs are designed to correct the caster for lifted applications while providing an additional inch of wheel travel when used with extended travel coilover shocks. This feature is specially tailored to improve the vehicle’s stability and control, thus enhancing its overall performance.

Total Chaos Suspension Kit

One of the distinguishing characteristics of this package is the compression adjuster knobs on the King coilovers. With a twist of a dial, you can soften your ride for everyday commuting or firm up the shocks for rugged off-road trails. The package also offers the option to include matching 2.5-inch diameter rear shocks, which can be added simultaneously or purchased separately to suit individual budgetary requirements.

For those Tundra owners seeking to improve suspension performance further, Total Chaos has developed an adjustable rear link kit for the 2022+ Tundra and 3-inch diameter King shocks equipped with Internal Bypass (IBP) technology, intending to deliver superior capability both on and off the road.

Manufactured in California, Total Chaos assures ready availability of all these components, with immediate shipping options, while assuring that the in-house production process also eliminates concerns related to supply chain issues and poor quality control often associated with overseas suspension parts.

From $4,700


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