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Old 03-07-2006, 11:24 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Rear coilover advice

Looking for some insight on selecting rear coil overs for my latest build. Not set on getting them yet, but considering them if I can afford them. Im stretching 5-6 inches at the back. Coilovers would be a nice option that eliminates some shock and spring perch relocation issues.

I'll be running 4 inches of lift at the front, RK springs and bilstein 5100's. RK three link front w/panhard. Custom 4 link at the back using RK lower mounts, RK truss, custom upper mounts, custom arms and relocated stock swaybar.

I'd like the front to be pretty well balanced with the rear. My mounts will accomadate adjustable AS. I'll know more exact lengths I'll need when I get closer to the finished product and can cycle the suspension.

For now what Im looking for is brand recommendations and travel suggestions that will balance well with my front setup.

Whaddya know?

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Fox or Sway-a-away shocks will work great! I would go with the 2.0" Fox Shocks with Remote Reservoir.

Check it here:
http://www.polyperformance.com/shop/...&cat=34&page=1

Basically you just need to know what length travel you need. We can help you on spring rates. Give us a call!
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Thanks Jason. I will definately give you guys a shout when I get things together and can cycle the suspension.
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