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Old 11-09-2012, 04:34 PM   #41
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how long I was about to order the allpro ubolt flip kit and just relocate the bottom shock mounts......but I could be talked into waiting
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Old 11-09-2012, 04:39 PM   #42
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I guess I can hold off till then

but seriously I was gonna hold off for a little anyways any insight on what your setup might be... same as on your truck or will you revamp it a little
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Old 11-09-2012, 04:42 PM   #43
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I guess I can hold off till then

but seriously I was gonna hold off for a little anyways any insight on what your setup might be... same as on your truck or will you revamp it a little
Oh I'm changing it mine is not perfect.
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Old 11-09-2012, 04:44 PM   #44
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Oh I'm changing it mine is not perfect.
I thought it was pretty sweet

well consider me seriously interested when that time comes around
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Old 11-09-2012, 04:46 PM   #45
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I thought it was pretty sweet

well consider me seriously interested when that time comes around
Just a few tweaks is all.
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Old 11-09-2012, 07:29 PM   #47
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do you think I could make this work with my RCD Billies?
Not even close... moving the top mount up several inches, need much longer shocks
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Old 11-09-2012, 07:57 PM   #49
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Dude... the RCD Billies are 5100's with 11" of travel... WAY longer than stock.
id think youd just want to limit strap it is all
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Dude... the RCD Billies are 5100's with 11" of travel... WAY longer than stock.
Mine limit my downtravel several inches but im about a couple inches higher than you. But moving the top mount up 6 inches will most likely limit ur downtravel and not provide any benefits. If ur not bottoming out you dont need them
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Mine limit my downtravel several inches but im about a couple inches higher than you. But moving the top mount up 6 inches will most likely limit ur downtravel and not provide any benefits. If ur not bottoming out you dont need them
Burg, I've got a completely different setup than your prerunner. The RCD's are +27" fully extended and +16" fully compressed. I had to limit uptravel to make them work with my setup. The downtravel is fine.
I want to relocate in order to get the full travel advantage of the Flip kit.
Hence why I really need to talk to Jerry.
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Burg, I've got a completely different setup than your prerunner. The RCD's are +27" fully extended and +16" fully compressed. I had to limit uptravel to make them work with my setup. The downtravel is fine.
I want to relocate in order to get the full travel advantage of the Flip kit.
Hence why I really need to talk to Jerry.
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Just curious..but where or how is the 2nd top bolt plate?
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Just curious..but where or how is the 2nd top bolt plate?
im thinking your talking about the where the top bolt gos into? There is another plate that is welded on the inside.
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im thinking your talking about the where the top bolt gos into? There is another plate that is welded on the inside.
Yep..ok..i just didn't see it in the tower
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so jerry ........ im getting antsy
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how much travel do you think this could pull off?
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how much travel do you think this could pull off?
11" with the right springs I say 11" just so your not bottoming or topping out your shocks. The AllPro Expos didn't give us but about 7 or 8" but with a SUA (spring under axle) I'm sure you can get the 11"
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