You'll have to take that up with Treks(TNT customs). As I'm sure each setup is different for everyone's specific needs. But you could expect to pay around $400+- sure it's a lot of cheddar. But that's for a lot of stuff you don't even realize you need.What did that kit cost you? I don't need to run an anti-sway and could get rid of the crossmember altogether, so it may make more sense to homebrew it.
It's not on there website, so call them with your plans and they will assemble it for you.
It really is a comprehensive kit, but you still have a lot of fab to do. So don't expect to just " bolt it right up". It will take a lot of guessing out of doing a front stretch-
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