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Old 11-01-2010, 03:54 PM
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king coil-pass shocks?

Has any one ever had a chance to experience these custom King shocks? I'm just curious to know how well they perform. I'm pretty sure there would need to be some custom upper shock mounts made even with a long travel kit but might be worth it.

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Something a little like this
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they perform great, but they are very long, about 30-32" and are not cheap!
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they perform great, but they are very long, about 30-32" and are not cheap!
Would the 30-32'' length be fully extended then, I can imagine the upper shock mounts would be through the bed in the rear and up through the hood in the front.

I wonder what the length of my king shocks are on my LTI kit now?
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about 20 or so " on average on your LT set up as they use a 19" eye top eye 6" tavel shock. the 30-32" length is for a 8-10 travel coilpass. they are way long bro. why do you want to go this route?
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about 20 or so " on average on your LT set up as they use a 19" eye top eye 6" tavel shock. the 30-32" length is for a 8-10 travel coilpass. they are way long bro. why do you want to go this route?
Not really a for sure thing but if I was able to get a great deal it would make a fun off season project. Its also nice to be able to be a little different in the Rhino world.
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