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Old 02-11-2013, 12:50 PM   #121
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Damn. Maybe I'll just get 35s and see if I can eventually make it work down the road. Or I'll get 33's. Too many decisions to make . $80 for this is nice and cheap though
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I'm thinking it's 4.5" it's really all the tire the 4.5" BS would be the deepest with a 285+ tire. Full bump your good it's just flexing out the tire gets close to the frame. When designing the kit i tucked the shock as tight as possible without cutting the bed. You could get it a little closer if you want to drill a small hole in your bed to put the bolt on the back side of the shock mount that would help out about an inch. but most people don't want to drill a hole so we didn't do it that way but you have the option.
Hmmm. I previously hadn't considered this because of the tire contact issues. I will be running 305s on 4.3" backspacing. If I drill the hole in the bed, you think it will work?
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You can see here if you drilled a hole in the back of the upper mount you could get that nut closer to the side of the bed. The problem is that upper is so close to the bed you would have to drill a hole in the bed to do so.You might beable to get away with not drilling but I'm sure the nut would contact the bed side. In the next batch I'm just going to cut a larger hole in the back side of the upper mount to give you guys that option with the only modification being a small hole drilled in the bed. Doing this with give you another 0.695" of clearance it's not much but it could be the difference between hitting the tire or not and full flex. Just doing so would make it so the 2.0 shocks would be to only thing you could run. It's kinda a toss up to get longer shocks in without cutting changes need to be made IE wheel spacers or less BS wheels. If you don't mind cutting the bed you can always cut the bed and move the uppers further in giving you more room for tires.
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Added the Spidertrax to the just installed B.A.M.F. Shock relocation buckets, 2.5 King 12" stroke remote resi's and Deaver custom 5" lift pack















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Old 04-02-2013, 09:08 AM   #126
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How big of a hole did you cut into the top of the bucket? I might just add that in the next batch so the 2.5's will clear in all of the kits.
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Man, I really want/need a set of these. I need to take some measurements to see if they'll fit with the new shoes...
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This is where the mount had to be cut to be able to fit the 2.5's
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This is where the mount had to be cut to be able to fit the 2.5's
Thanks i will adjust the file for the next run.
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we may have taken the bed off to do this

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Thanks i will adjust the file for the next run.
Just returned from OCS and will be keeping track of this thread to get in on the next run!
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just what i was looking for. considering something like this in combo with Defined SUA kit. 12" shock would be too short then? 14?
I know nothing about the defined kit so the best thing to do would be to order both before the shocks and measure for shocks once everything is on the truck.
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Moving to Bay area next week. I will be getting a set of these for sure. I can't wait to get rid of my hoop setup!!
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Whats the difference between King and Fox shock mounting? Would it be as easy as larger bolt hole or the hole in the top to make room for it? I would like to stay with Fox all around.
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Whats the difference between King and Fox shock mounting? Would it be as easy as larger bolt hole or the hole in the top to make room for it? I would like to stay with Fox all around.
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Your guess is as good as mine I would assume eye to eye shocks would be the same. As far as I know a 1/2" mounting hole is the standard. The main thing is compressed and extended lengths.
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