Will this improve the ride quality? The ride is very nice as is but I am looking to make it better. Are there any adverse effects besides losing the lift height?
That was he route I was considering going, but after talking with Greg and really getting an understanding of what I was looking for in the ride, I decided that I need to go with the longer Radflo's and a new UCA, and just reduce those to desired height (appx 2 1/4"), giving me the ability to take full advantage of the ability of the shock. I'll be getting these by the end of next week and install them next weekend.bhbeecham said:what about running a spacer over the coilover? What kind of clearance can you keep with that. I hear there could be upper bucket contact if you do. Also I think you have to run a new uca if you go this rout.
I hope you didn't take my "superior" comment wrong. I have full faith in your knowledge, and after our conversation the other night, I was sold. I really don't have much knowledge on suspension elements. This is the first vehicle I have ever modified for Off Road use, so I am kind of learning as I go. I am just taking in everything that everyone tells me.PrerunnerGreg said:USArmyX, do yourself a favor and find a set of the other arms to compare against, I think you will easily see the difference. And as far as a hiem inner pivot, what do you think is on the outer pivot...a heim (or spherical bearing, basically the same style of bearing) on either company's arm. Your coilovers also use a spherical bearing on both ends.