Anyone regret going long travel on their xpt 4. I have a 2019 and have been tossing around the idea of doing a nxs long travel kit
Long travel in my experience is easier on axles. The longer axle bar will twist more and absorb more impact before breaking the CV joint. And with long travel people generally run less angle to get their desired ride height which helps with CV life.One of my concerns is breaking axels because of the added leverage. Also getting shock work done as well on the Walker evens shocks.
I think we understand the question being asked, but are also interjecting some additional details into his question which may be helpful, which is don't do LT without first or at the same time doing shock tuning and springs. It isn't a lot better by itself with stock shocks and springs, and once you do that, the rewards are limited for the additional expense.I think some of you are off track, the OP did not ask "LT or tuned shocks". IMO a tuned shock setup is not optional but required based on the particular suspension if you want a good working machine.