Coilover's

Discussion in 'Wheelers Tech' started by rhinobuggie, Oct 23, 2010.

  1. rhinobuggie

    rhinobuggie New Member

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    If your look'n get more flex out of your old rig , look to 4 link and coilover shocks. With the Ridder Fab 4 link system I have and 14 inch Bulstien coilover shocks I net 26 inches of travel

    Jay coilover 008 (1280x960).jpg
  2. Mace

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    looks good!
  3. woody

    woody eternal noobie Staff Member

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    Jay, any 'on trail' pics of your rig? I know you've been traveling some!

    What valving? What coil rates?
  4. rhinobuggie

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    coilover 016 (1280x960).jpg valving is 360/80 spring's are 185 and 200
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  6. rhinobuggie

    rhinobuggie New Member

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    These 2 are from the twister run . Going up a 5 foot high climb with a hole just at the top of the step on the drive's side
    Jay 2010 twister run 022.JPG 2010 twister run 025.JPG
  7. Josh at BaerTrax

    Josh at BaerTrax New Member

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    Thats a good looking rig! I have never had a bronco but have always liked thier style. Now I have 3 guys working for me and as rare as those old broncos are and bronco guys I have found myself with a shop full of bronco guys!!! haha Go figure!

    Nice set up!
    JOSH
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  11. woody

    woody eternal noobie Staff Member

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    Lookin nice! Now, some TRAIL photos, instead of your yard ;)

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