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I have a line on a long travel set up. front and rear fox coilover shocks and the swing arms and axles. Guy bought it used never installed it. Says he bought shocks new. He will let me have them for a grand. It is worth it just for the shocks alone, I think

shocks axles universals and swing arms, what would I need to complete?

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I am thinking I should pull the trigger
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If it's the kit in San Diego, it's lacking outer cvs, bushings on the a arms and hiem joints and mis alignment spacer.

I have a complete hcr kit ready ready to go that I'll let go of for $1500 with your stock parts

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Can he tell you the brand of the kit, a lot of peeps are not around since the rhino was discontinued. So do your home work.

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If it's the kit in San Diego, it's lacking outer cvs, bushings on the a arms and hiem joints and mis alignment spacer.

I have a complete hcr kit ready ready to go that I'll let go of for $1500 with your stock parts


Scott if it was me i would go this route, u know what ur getting and who ur getting it from


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No I asked him what brand. The.other kit for 1500 is complete.
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That price plus my stock parts. Am getting that right?
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Yes $1500 with your stock parts or $1800 without

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Just FYI I spent $450 on bushings alone from lonestar cuz my SoCal kit no longer is in business and the bushing still aren't correct! So o have a bag of brand spanking new bushings that aren't perfectly sized. I would buy the complete kit for 1500.
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Just FYI I spent $450 on bushings alone from lonestar cuz my SoCal kit no longer is in business and the bushing still aren't correct! So o have a bag of brand spanking new bushings that aren't perfectly sized. I would buy the complete kit for 1500.


Is that the a-arm bushings? What r they made out of? SDR found a bag of bushings up in the rafters for my kit, 2bucks a piece, they r delron bushings. if he wouldent have found those my next route was measure one and have ishock get me some made


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Just FYI I spent $450 on bushings alone from lonestar cuz my SoCal kit no longer is in business and the bushing still aren't correct! So o have a bag of brand spanking new bushings that aren't perfectly sized. I would buy the complete kit for 1500.


Is that the a-arm bushings? What r they made out of? SDR found a bag of bushings up in the rafters for my kit, 2bucks a piece, they r delron bushings. if he wouldent have found those my next route was measure one and have ishock get me some made


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Ya they are Delron bushings I had Lonestar racing out here in AZ machine for me. They just didn't, in my opinion, get it correct I have a little play in them which is why I was replacing the bushings in the first place. Having the bushings is key with all these out dated arms. Why they couldn't have made them to OEM spec is beyond me. Pretty dumb
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Damn that sucks, i got lucky when the owner of SDR found the bushings for me


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