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Old 02-11-2009
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Default New Shock

So i just wanted to update you all. Shock is fresh, new fluids and guts. Guy told me that the spring I had was to light, needed to upgrade to a 220# spring, it was of course back ordered. But should be here in a few days. Thanks for all the in put. Whats the worst that could happen right Madcow? lol
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Old 02-27-2009
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Anymore updates on this? Did it turn out better with the new spring?
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Old 03-02-2009
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i put a 151 edge under my son 97 rmk ,stock 136, i put the front susp. in the fact hole this moved the susp back a little , 2" max,made a template of the hole distance and marked it. made a drop bracket but you can move the one you have back. his sled works realy good dont trench & wight trasfer is right on.also the trace angle is realy good. hope this helps
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