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Icon RXT Tundra Leaf System

Discussion in 'ICON Vehicle Dynamics' started by Icon_Adrian, Feb 26, 2018.

  1. Jun 8, 2020 at 4:44 AM
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  2. Jun 10, 2020 at 7:32 AM
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    Update. Icon u bolts ordered. 9.5”

    also I think I have that slight vibration everyone keeps mentioning. But I’m on option 3
     
  3. Jun 10, 2020 at 11:39 AM
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    Look into carrier bearing drop kit for the vibration.
     
  4. Jun 10, 2020 at 11:39 AM
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    Usually the draft shaft is causing it and needs to be lowered back to normal spec.
     
  5. Jan 18, 2021 at 7:55 AM
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    My @DECKEDUSA system should be here in the next week or so and I'm trying to decide how to run these, or if I want the OME Dakar spring pack. I'll be running loaded drawers, RSI smart cap, and various other items daily. I expect to have 500lbs daily (including drawers, cap, bike rack) and a few hundred more for trips, plus towing a teardrop with a 350lb tongue weight. My question for you is, are you still happy with option 3 or do you feel like it's overkill? Did you need to do a carrier bearing drop?
     
  6. Mar 26, 2021 at 11:11 AM
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    I just ordered up the RXT leaf pack for my setup. She’s heavy! Probably around 750 pounds on the daily. My plan is to go straight to the 3rd option. 76EC14FB-5213-4C2A-BEA8-C75E2A8EAD4D.jpg
     
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    With that set up of gear you will love the 3rd option. I had it for about 50k miles and they started to go flat just due to the type of wheeling i do. I actually added another leaf to the option 3 so it is basically a custom pack now but with the rearch they are perfect and i still have the travel of the RXT.
     
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  8. Mar 26, 2021 at 12:16 PM
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    I’m glad to hear that. I’ve relied on airbags to handle the weight up till now, but the ride is terrible! I’m not a speed demon off road, but I do a fair amount of shitty dirt road driving, and I still want it to ride decent. Especially since I’m the guy carrying all the beer
     
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  9. May 2, 2021 at 4:32 AM
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    I just got the Stage 9 RXT! I went straight to option 3 with empty load.

    I do to feel the slight vibration from dead stop to 5-10 mph. I’m going to have to check out this carrier bearing drop y’all y’all about.

    I think I’m just going to have the shop take me to Option 2 since I got rid of my SnugTop for the SoftTopper and will be only having no more then 300-400 lbs when loaded.

    Option 3 sits HIGH on the rear end when empty lol! Funny how much more I have to jump up to get in the bed lol.

    Other then that, I’m super stoked!

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  10. May 2, 2021 at 4:35 AM
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    Where did you get the drawer system you got there?!? Love that!
     
  11. May 2, 2021 at 11:45 AM
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    Thanks! I spent a couple weeks in the garage building it myself. Also on the topic of this thread, I got the RXT pack installed in the #3 position, with FOX 2.0 shocks. I’m very pleased with the ride! I don’t have any good shots of the truck yet, but I’ll try to snap a couple this week. She’s sitting a little stink bug, but it’s a good stance. DF098B0A-7512-42FC-891D-F452C710F8BC.jpg
     
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  12. May 2, 2021 at 11:49 AM
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    Oh I found one. Not a great picture though 7B9ACAD0-5F28-4E20-B3A6-BA5D0286BB8E.jpg
     
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  13. May 2, 2021 at 11:55 AM
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    You’re sitting on Option 3 in that picture?That looks really good . Ya I want a drawer system just like that. Want to build me one? Lol!!

    Damn, ya that’s where I’m at right now with option 3 but I don’t think I’ll be able to carry enough weight in the back to sit level with it. I might just go down to Option 2. Lol. In the picture I posted above your reply, you can see how high it sits with 0 weight in the back.
     
  14. May 2, 2021 at 12:00 PM
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    Yeah, my whole setup is somewhere around the 750 pound mark, plus a 3” lift in the front. It’s about 1.5” higher in the rear, even though that’s hard to see in the picture. That drawer system is even cooler in person! Complete with fully plumbed propane, and plumbed on demand hot water heater. It took a ton of work to build!
     
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  15. May 3, 2021 at 6:21 AM
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    Oh dang! I just realized you have a SoftTopper like I do! This whole time I thought you had a hard camper shell lol! So you’re saying you’re at 750lbs with the SoftTopper? You must have a lot of gear then I thought. My bad. I know that hard shell tent weighs some for sure.

    I’ll just have to load everything in the back of the truck to see where the rear end settles before I go down to option 2.
     
  16. May 3, 2021 at 9:40 PM
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    Yeah, Softopper mounted to the inside of a custom made over rack. 12353E76-A1C3-4FD3-BC4E-AC1B9F0DC177.jpg EAF04886-72B6-47EA-AC64-1001316EA63D.jpg
     
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    I must ask, cause that’s the exact same rack I’m looking for my rig, where did you get that made?
     
  18. May 4, 2021 at 6:26 AM
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    My buddy owns a fabrication shop in Northern California. I brainstormed with him for a while, and he built it in an afternoon. A1AD3640-AA18-4F53-82EB-08BA2FD31A43.jpg
     
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    Man you weren’t kidding, I do love the 3rd option! I went from feeling very disappointed with my factory rear suspension, to being disappointed with the factory front suspension! Sitting just a little high in the rear when compared to the front, but I think it will be perfect when loaded down for adventure. now it’s time to start research on what front suspension will compliment the rear. Hoping for about 3.5” front lift.
     
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    Sooooo with 35s all around. And having the stage 9 set to 3” in the front, the front has a gap of 7 5/8” and the rear with option 3, UNLOADED is sitting at 11 5/8”.... 4 INCH DIFFERENCE!! Lol!
    loaded with 550lbs, it only dropped to 10” gap between fender and tire. Option 3 is no damn joke! Lol!!

    I’m going back to the shop to settle with option 2. I’m I’m only going to be maxing out at 400lbs of gear.
     
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    I am enjoying the extra travel tho! Lol.

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    Wow! That’s way more flex than stock! I need to go flex mine out to compare. Also, I eliminated my front sway bar. Off road ride quality was greatly improved with this.
     
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    Need to build a kitchen back there, that’ll add a couple hundred pounds
     
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    its way more than my Bilstein 5100s I had on there prior to the RXT stage 9 .
    ive heard about removing the front sway bar on the tundras! Haven’t tried it yet. I will now! How’s it handle on the road?? Post pictures when you flex it!
     
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    This was my old setup and it felt heavier with the wood and futon mattress lol. Plus other gear I put in the back of the bed.

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    This is option 2 empty bed with a 35 under the bed. It settled a little bit. Love the pack zero issues

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    Oh man that looks a lot better then having my Option 3 with empty load. Lol.
     
  28. May 4, 2021 at 4:14 PM
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    Handles great! I get a little bit more body roll on turns, but pretty minimal.
     
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    What stage Icons do you have? That’s good to know and worth it to me cause I can just adjust the reservoirs out front to be stiffer!
     
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    I don’t have Icon up front yet, just stock coils and a spacer lift
     

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