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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-17-2000, 06:04 PM
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Spoa,emu\'s,33\'s,and grs II

To glenn, or anyone else with this kind of set up. I want to run a 33's and
Emu springs with the spoa. I have to invest in gears, so I thought grs II would
do great. But with 33's and the grs, what kind of tension are those soft spring's going to take. How long would it take for my rig to but a good worp on them. I'm assuming it depends on the trails I do. I just don't want to buy nice springs just to put out of there misery to soon.

Thanks, any info would be great guys.
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 05-18-2000, 10:44 AM
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Re: Spoa,emu\'s,33\'s,and grs II

I ran a GRS I w/ a set of OME springs, and they did fine-- I don't think the springs are softer as in 'softer material' but I couldn't say for sure how they would hold up to a GRS II,33's & hard wheelin'.

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Re: Spoa,emu\'s,33\'s,and grs II


The problem is that the GRSII won't come close to fixing your gearing for the 33's. The very best setup for on and offroad with 33's is a set of 4.625 axle gears with a 4.16 tcase. The 4.16 is substantially less exensive so you can better afford the axle gears which are necessary with 33" tires. This setup would put you dead back on for power band and your speedo would be correct.

Keep an eye on our website as I'll be putting together a special 33" tire and 35" tire Gear Package Kit which will include discounted rates on tcase gears and axle gears when purchased together.

Other than that, you'll be totally loving it with the Emus and SPOA. Very comfortable ride and very flexy!

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