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Old 03-25-2003, 08:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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coilovers in rear leaves in front????

i want to do coil overs in the rear and a wheel base strech while keeping my soa in front. does any one know anything about the LWB coil kit that rockkrawler makes. it gives 7 inches of lift and since thats what i have now with my soa i could just buy the rear portion of the kit, right???
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Go with Billsteins, or Kingcoil overs, keep you leaves in the front, this is what Im gonna do.
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could you give me an idea on the best way to do the link set-up. i want to do a 4-link and how should i mount the coil-overs. the rockkrawler kits come with fox coil-overs! are they any good? i would rather do this coversion myself since ive done everything else, so good info will help get me started.
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could you give me an idea on the best way to do the link set-up. i want to do a 4-link and how should i mount the coil-overs. the rockkrawler kits come with fox coil-overs! are they any good? i would rather do this coversion myself since ive done everything else, so good info will help get me started.
camo has a pretty sweet setup on his rig. He has the coilovers attached to the arms... seems to flex pretty damn good too...
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camo, can you post me a pic of your rear link set up?
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Old 03-26-2003, 01:12 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Here are some pics of Camo's setup. Scroll through the thread, they appear on differant pages.

http://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/showt...hreadid=127278
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