Hi mate.Hi Zordo
Need some advice please
At the moment in the GQ i have in the front 2inch H/duty King coils with H/duty Ultimate longer than standard shockers which are new
In the rear 2inch Ridepro comfort coils with Ridepro shockers
Its a bit of a mix match as the front is too firm and the rear sits down when provisions are loaded in
Front and rear measures 890mm when unladen from bottom of rim to guard lip
What coils do you recommend that will retain the current height and not sag the rear when weight is added , i dont have a heavy bullbar but may get one in the future .
I wouldnt mind starting fresh to get this right
thanks in advance
Hi Zordo , an updateHi mate.
If you are going to get a heavy bullbar the front coils will probably come good for you,
you could fit 15mm packer in the rear & the back will sit 15mm higher as it should
Or you could get a new set coils front & rear
EFS Elite shocks $115ea
Ok so I weighed my big grey on the way out of BGC after KO today.
1380kg each end 1/4 tank of fuel, with my daily load of tools and crap.
Obviously there's easily 500-800 kgs more, loaded evenly with the rooftop tent and all when I go away but how much heavier is this 2760kg daily drive weight than a standard GQ right now as a benchmark?
The springs quoted are +150kg front and +300kg rear.