Southern California based automotive aftermarket manufacturer, MaxTrac Suspension has bolstered its product line for the popular 2005 to current model, 6-Lug, 2wd & 4wd, Toyota Tacoma. Newly released, the fabricated upper control arms are complementary to and work with existing MaxTrac Tacoma Lift Kits.
The Toyota Tacoma pickup truck is an off-road enthusiast favorite to modify due to the platform’s rugged construction and extreme reliability. MaxTrac’s new fabricated upper control arms are a practical upgrade that will add even more strength and durability.
MaxTrac Suspension Control Arms Featured Benefits:
- Fabricated High Strength D.O.M Tubing
- Works With 2wd & 4wd Vehicles
- High Quality Ball Joint
- Corrective Alignment Specifications
- Improved Drivability
- Factory Style Rubber Bushing That Don’t Squeak And Never Have To Grease
- Powder Coated Durable Finish
- Available Now In Stock Ready To Ship
Off Road Xtreme asked Mike Sun, President of MaxTrac Suspension, to share some of the key features. “These arms do not lift the truck, but they are complementary to our Tacoma lift kits. The arms allow for greater suspension travel, better ride quality, better ball joint angle, and improved alignment adjustment. The arms are designed to compliment our 6.5” lift kit with Fox Coil Overs.”
MaxTrac Suspension’s control arms allow for greater suspension travel.
Known for high quality lift, level, and lowering kits MaxTrac Suspension was founded in 2010 by dedicated truck enthusiasts. Sharing a passion for building affordable quality suspension products, MaxTrac is founded on decades of experience and knowledge. Today the brand is recognized as one of the best in the industry. MaxTrac has been nominated for numerous awards from the SEMA organization and has been recognized for its innovation into forged aluminum suspension products.
If there is one thing we can admire about the off-road industry, it is that most manufacturing companies are totally dedicated to innovation. Companies like MaxTrac Suspension and their pursuit of performance vehicle modifications can give truck enthusiasts like us hope for the future.