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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by four_by_ken, Nov 5, 2004.
Whats the end results of weekend after weekend on oh so expensive coilovers?
Any harm to them?
Might want to PM the White Knight on this one. I don't think anyone on the board has more experience than they do.
Same as shocks or hyd cylinders. Its not good for them but their outer rod seals are designed to wipe away dirt.
Two years with the King coil overs.....mud ,hills, rocks etc...alll good so far
you guys bent some up didn't you? Did King replace them when you bent them?(seem to remember thats what you have)
We bent the rod in the coil over. The bracket off the link sheared off which made the link go and shifted the diff sideways. Carnage- front pinion and bent the king coild over rod. The base metal on the bracket should have been thicker material and was the only one that was not gusseted. We replaced the rod and all is good.
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