Prior to owning my 2020 Mitsubishi Triton GLXR, I knew nothing about 4x4’s let alone 4x4 modifications. The purpose of getting the Triton was to take my family on camping trips to destinations we couldn't get to previously and away from the crowds.
Since we introduced our Dynamic Tune suspension, as an alternative to our stock Sports suspension, 95 percent of our sales have been for Dynamic Tune kits, and the feedback we're receiving is 100 percent positive.
Traditionally, 4x4 lift kits have been all about being 'heavy duty' (I hate that term, it just means you're going to get a sore back) with a focus on load carrying, not ride comfort, but if you can have both, why wouldn't you?
If you don't want to weigh your Triton down with tonnes of gear for work, or set it up as the consummate, and equally heavy 'ultimate tourer', but you would like to upgrade the suspension to improve ride comfort and control, handling, ground-clearance and off-road-ability, all without having it's arse poking towards the sky, then read on, because you're not alone.
There isn't a week that goes by that doesn't involve communicating with someone that hasn't been touched by TREV, which sounds weird, and a little dirty even, but it's not. This 'light is right' build has struck a chord with a surprising number of Triton owners, and they gravitate towards this store because a lot of the gear on TREV can be found here.
Whoa there stud! If you came into this article looking for a mega-dollar, 6-inch suspension and 2-inch body lifted MR Triton with twin stainos, a fox tale, Longhorn sticker, big lips and its own Insta page, then you’re going to be sorely disappointed.
However, if you’re looking to improve your MR Triton or even an MQ Triton for that matter, then you’ll probably find this little yarn interesting.
This fitting guide covers the Mitsubishi MQ and MR Tritons specifically, but could easily be used as a DIY suspension fitting guide for the front and rear of the ML and MN Tritons and also for QE and QF Pajero Sport front suspension (not rear).