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post #1 of (permalink) Old 03-02-2001, 10:11 PM
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Rear Springs up Front

What do I have to do,to run a set rear springs up front?
I see that RRO sells a kit to do this but do you really need a the kit?

Thanks, Rick


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Re: Rear Springs up Front

I would say YES! I've seen people that put rears up front with LONG shackles and they poked out like a fork and hit everything in front of them when off-road! Plus, it looked funny I would get RRO's kit, its only $50 bucks and has to help out better then putting LONG shackles on!

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If you have any questions on our kit, please feel free to email me direct. Our kit relocates the springs so that the shackles don't stick way out causing sloppy handling

Our kit also relocates the axle so steering does not bind up, shocks don't get dented, and driveshafts don't fall apart. We also give you new bushings for the spring hanger. Its not a bad deal for only $50.

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Re: Rear Springs up Front

Rick, I brought the other post that ran a few days ago back up front for you.

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Re: Rear Springs up Front

is there a foto out there?

i orderd the kit a couple of weeks ago, and am still waiting >o(

i have never seen a foto of it though...

could somebody post one?

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No pics at this time Alfred.

Keep in mind too that you live in Chile and you wanted it sent by postal service (much slower) and not expensive UPS shipping. It will take a little while for them to get to you. The kit is on the way though.

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Re: Rear Springs up Front

has the review been done on it yet as you mentioned some time ago as I recall? No pictures?

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Re: Rear Springs up Front

Glenn,

did you send it to chile? ... i mailed you my Miami FLA postal address...

i don't particularly mind, i just would be interested to know (difference is like 4 weeks)

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