Long Travel Industries Unveils Teryx4 Long Travel Kit

Lucas Cooney
by Lucas Cooney
With the release of the new Kawasaki Teryx4, Long Travel Industries (LTI) was one of the first companies to get its hands on the new platform from Kawasaki. It didn’t take the team at LTI long to dive into the Teryx 4 and develop a long travel platform for the UTV. The boxed arm kit for the Teryx 4 is five inches wider per side, increasing the stance 10 inches overall while adding an additional 1 3/4 inches to the wheelbase as well.

According to LTI, the long travel kit for the Teryx4 ($4,995) is 100 percent bolt on and requires no drilling or modification to the vehicle. The boxed arms are constructed of 4130 Chromoly plate and fully TIG welded to create what LTI calls the toughest A-Arm on the market. The arms feature 7/8″ spherical bearings with stainless steel tapered pins to increase the strength and durability of the suspension on the Teryx4.

“With an additional width of five inches per side this increases the wheel travel to a staggering 14 inches of travel,” LTI says in a release. “This makes the perfect combination for the Kawasaki Teryx4 to tackle the rough terrain of the desert with ease. The additional 1 ¾ inches added to the wheelbase allows you to add larger tires to your Teryx4 without having to worry about tire rub.”

All LTI suspension kits come with a set of King 2.0 coil-overs with piggyback shocks that have been custom valved for the Teryx4. Also included in the kit is a set of 300M axles.

Teryx 4 Long Travel Kit Includes:

(8) +5 Chromoly plate A-arms

(4) 2.0 King Coil-overs w/ billet piggyback reservoirs

(4) 300M axles

(2) Billet Tie Rod Extensions w/ hiems

(4) 7/8 spherical bearings

(4) 17-4 Stainless Steel Tapered pins

Lucas Cooney
Lucas Cooney

I have been working exclusively in digital media since 1997. I started out with TSN.ca, spending nearly nine years creating and editing content on Canada's leading sports website. I left to join VerticalScope, Inc., one of the world's largest online publishers, to start a number of powersports publications. While at VerticalScope, I've helped create and oversee content for a wide variety of different publications, including ATV.com, Off-Road.com, ArcheryTalk.com, Tractor.com, RVGuide.com, and many more.

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