Suspension has been designed with the cost conscious Maxxer in mind. It offers
you ~18mm (over 11/16") of additional width per side giving your truck a substantial
increase in width for added stability. We've even figured out a way to eliminate
the bump steer inherent in the Maxx's suspension design. Add in the tremendous flexibility
for shock mounting and other length shocks and you have a terrific suspension
system for those of you on a tighter budget.
Gen2 WideTrac kits are made from a solid billet of 7075-T6 Aircraft Aluminum, we've done
extensive analysis to maintain superior strength and light weight.
- 4 Lower Suspension Arms
- 4 Upper Suspension Arms
- 2 Shock Towers
- 8 Shock Standoffs
- 4 Body Post Supports
- All Necessary Hardware
- Easy to follow detailed Instructions
- Finish is natural
- E-clip type suspension pins are required for the upper arms and are included.
Stock screw type may be used for lower arms.
- Installation requires Loctite "Blue"
Shown here is everything in the SuperMaxx WideTrac
Pro Suspension, which includes Titanium hingepins and Titanium turnbuckles.
(Image is of Gen1 kit)
Like all the SuperMaxx Suspensions the WideTrac offers tremendous tunability
for different applications
Crank it high and go jumping
Set up for the track, go off-road racing
Slam it down and take it to the street
Total time to change = 3 minutes.
One suspension does it all. All this with the same shocks. There is a wide
variety of mounting locations available for non-Maxx length shocks as well.
Note: The EXT suspension has had this capability since day one.
Q: Will the knuckles from the EXT suspension work with the WideTrac?
A: No, the upper arms on the WideTrac are longer than the EXT's so the WideTrac can use stock type knuckles.
Q: Can I upgrade to the EXT's advanced geometry at a later date.
A: Yes, you will need the knuckles and the upper arms from the EXT in order to make this work. The WideTrac shares similar dimensions with the EXT for the lower arms, turnbuckles and towers.
Q: Will the EXT's CVDS work on the WideTrac?
A: Yes. It's been designed so they share the same length CVDS.
Q: Are the CVDS required?
A: No, your stock plastic sliders will telescope and work just
fine as long as you are not breaking them from too much horsepower. There's
even a few freebie tips to increase the stocker's strength a little.
Q: Will the WideTrac (or EXT) work with other manufacturer's
A: The chassis and suspension do not interact, therefore there
are no known issues with any chassis, nor should there be.
the WideTrac (or EXT) work with other manufacturer's bulkheads?
A: The WideTrac and EXT were designed to fit the stock
bulkheads. It's been my experience that the bulkhead has the largest variation
not only with the stock plastic ones but across the aftermarket industry as
well. These variations are minor and the arms can be easily fitted by filing
or dremeling a little material off the bulkhead to achieve the perfect fit.
While I could make them to fit every single bulk known this would leave them
sloppy on some. It's easier to take material away than it is to add it.
the WideTrac (or EXT) work with the new 2.5 Maxx?