haha yeah, usually do. I'm still dizzy with a fever though. I think a lot of stuff needs to be archived cause I chose that out of the feed, what algos are they running that's the problem
Mark I can’t help with specific lengths, but I can say that the 88s are well worth the extra clams over the 82s if you’re heavily loaded or driving on corrugations, let alone both.I'll be going Koni 82s when the time comes. Seems like a good balance of cost vs performance.
Anyone know the shock lengths of 82s? Wanting to know whether they'll need bump stop spacing.
Edit: yes I did try to check their catalogue.
You've sold me on the 88s. Might have to sell Grandma but your endorsement speaks volumes about that shock.Mark I can’t help with specific lengths, but I can say that the 88s are well worth the extra clams over the 82s if you’re heavily loaded or driving on corrugations, let alone both.
I had them in my GQ for a number of years prior to buying King Smoothies and I really rate them, very comfortable and outstanding ability to withstand corrugations, I was really impressed. They are quite a bit bigger than the 82s in terms of oil capacity and the adjustment mechanism doesn’t compromise the open/closed length ratio to the extent of say, a tough dog or rancho type unit.
I’d happily use them again, an 88 is worth half a dozen cheap look-at-me remote res shocks (says he with bling remote re
i put a set of radflos on my car with the seperate high and low speed adjusters and with a bit of tuning from paul at downsouth. i gotta say they are pretty phenominal. but i paid a bit more than even the 1050 a corner for them....
Yep, sounds just like it. When mine were being first set-up they were starting to use the three hole bleed then, when used on lighter stuff like Patrol and Cruiser, compared to F Trucks and Rams etc. We started with a two hole set-up, but I found the same as you.i think so as they are a little rough on what i call road chop. ill touch base with him soon and see what he has seen and learnt since they came out and also give my feedback about them whilst its fresh in my head.