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Skull Fetish 03-06-2013 06:35 AM

absorbers for lowered suspension
 
Good day!
Ground Force Suspension Drop Kit 9984, need a set of shock absorbers for this understatement.
regular front and rear shock absorbers from a kit, work together ugly. I would like to buy a kit for it and enjoy the under-machine, not to catch it on the road after 120 km / h
quad 2012 4x4
Thank you for your attention.
Sorry for my english, I'm from Russia.

CdnoilRAM 03-06-2013 06:25 PM

You should look at the belltech drop shocks, they're 2" shorter in the front and 3" in the rear. Part #s 2216FF and 2215FF

http://www.belltech.com/products/belltech/shocks.html

Skull Fetish 03-07-2013 03:04 AM

Thank you!
But it is only the rear, and I would like to change and front too.
Belteсh does shortening of the front?

CdnoilRAM 03-07-2013 10:54 AM

They only have drop shocks for the front on a 2wd, there is a difference. The front should only be dropped 2 inches, so the stock length will still work, just pick up a set of upgraded or quality front shocks and you'll be fine.

Skull Fetish 03-10-2013 11:35 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by CdnoilRAM (Post 1032097)
They only have drop shocks for the front on a 2wd, there is a difference. The front should only be dropped 2 inches, so the stock length will still work, just pick up a set of upgraded or quality front shocks and you'll be fine.

Thanks again for your answers and patience :)
The last question that would make sure that I understand correctly, all I have to buy the standard front and rear shock absorbers Belltech shortened from the above links you?
Then, if you one more question, after installing the rear suspension cars dropped to 0.5" below before, is this normal?


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