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Old 10-30-2013, 11:45 AM   #1
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how much do I cut?

How much do I cut for a 1.5 drop?
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Old 10-30-2013, 12:50 PM   #3
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Try half coil
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How much do I cut for a 1.5 drop?
Cutting springs can be dangerous, especially since aftermarket springs are a relatively low cost modification. If a modification is worth doing, it is worth doing correctly the first time.
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Cutting springs can be dangerous, especially since aftermarket springs are a relatively low cost modification. If a modification is worth doing, it is worth doing correctly the first time.
No I was talking about the bump stop lmfao nvm I did it already
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No I was talking about the bump stop lmfao nvm I did it already
Lol....I should have quoted the 1/2 a coil reply...
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Ohhhhh lol
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I think you take the top nub off, thats what I had to do on mine
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You shouldn't have to cut at all. Im on steeda ultralites with close to 1.5" drop and i have plenty of clearance for the bump stops.
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Dude the k springs don't allow suspension travel. Your never gonna hit those bump stops.
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