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Spring rates?

I'll get back to you mate - it's the standard rates (I didn't order anything custom) so it's a a "firm comfortable" kind of ride. Obviously depends how many clicks you run... :)

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That's a killer price Jase; you'll have no problem offloading them, especially if they're as well cared for as your Rims. :thumbsup:

Just buy 'em Cam; they're tops.

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That's a killer price Jase; you'll have no problem offloading them, especially if they're as well cared for as your Rims. :thumbsup:

I spent about 5 hours packing those wheels lol. I'm still waiting to see some on car photos of them!

I think you are right Ryan but I don't have them in front of me to inspect the springs for numbers. 0 clicks they are like a factory "sports suspension" kit, a few clicks in and they are perfect. Anything more than about 8 clicks and prepare for rattles.

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I spent about 5 hours packing those wheels lol. I'm still waiting to see some on car photos of them!

I think you are right Ryan but I don't have them in front of me to inspect the springs for numbers. 0 clicks they are like a factory "sports suspension" kit, a few clicks in and they are perfect. Anything more than about 8 clicks and prepare for rattles.

They look good; I see them in person fairly regularly. ;)

Sound like you & I have similar ideas on how firm these need to be set up; I think I'm 3 in from full soft Front, and 2 in from full soft Rear.

Still a nice ride but it points and steers great. You need a bit of compliance to go quick on less than perfect roads.

I don't like billycart suspension set ups.

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They look good; I see them in person fairly regularly. ;)

Sound like you & I have similar ideas on how firm these need to be set up; I think I'm 3 in from full soft Front, and 2 in from full soft Rear.

Still a nice ride but it points and steers great. You need a bit of compliance to go quick on less than perfect roads.

I don't like billycart suspension set ups.

Yeah I think my average has been 4 front, 3 rear. I've bumped it up for some hills runs in the past - never bothered about about the third time I did it. Rides great with minimal clicks.

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