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Old 07-29-2013, 01:02 PM   #37041
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since we are on the topic of tubing...how much do you guys pay for 1.75 .120 wall mild steel tubing? do i need electric seam welded? local shop quoted me 3$ per foot
Thats too much, you can get DOM for a hair more than that
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since we are on the topic of tubing...how much do you guys pay for 1.75 .120 wall mild steel tubing? do i need electric seam welded? local shop quoted me 3$ per foot
I bought about 150' of DOM for less than $3.50/ft
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Old 07-29-2013, 01:04 PM   #37043
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Thats too much, you can get DOM for a hair more than that
i dont know of any other places around here to get tubing
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Old 07-29-2013, 01:08 PM   #37044
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That raptor is ridiculous, drop bracket = gnar gnar travel! It's dumb stuff like this that has made the raptor such a huge joke as if it weren't already comical enough
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Old 07-29-2013, 01:10 PM   #37045
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Okay, I've got no beef with Landon at all!!!! I have NO CLUE who nonamebastard is or how that post got made. I vaguely remember maybe typing that up like 7+ yrs ago when we jumped thru that hoop but like said, that was taken care of ages ago and I've completely forgotten and moved on.

Pretty much everyone knows I use this same username on EVERY forum except I think on thumpertalk I had issues and had to go with just "sirhk"...

Landon, I have no clue who posted that crap above...

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BTW, my truck is 100% hrew and I'd build out of hrew again in a heart beat if it was strictly a play truck. I've NEVER once had a tube failure or issue with mine. If it's going to be raced, DOM for sure.
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Old 07-29-2013, 01:12 PM   #37046
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Okay, I've got no beef with Landon at all!!!! I have NO CLUE who nonamebastard is or how that post got made. I vaguely remember maybe typing that up like 7+ yrs ago when we jumped thru that hoop but like said, that was taken care of ages ago and I've completely forgotten and moved on.

Pretty much everyone knows I use this same username on EVERY forum except I think on thumpertalk I had issues and had to go with just "sirhk"...

Landon, I have no clue who posted that crap above...

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BTW, my truck is 100% hrew and I'd build out of hrew again in a heart beat if it was strictly a play truck. I've NEVER once had a tube failure or issue with mine. If it's going to be raced, DOM for sure.
I never thought it was you! that shit is long long burred. Thanks so much for clearing that up for everyone though. Your're a standup dude.
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Old 07-29-2013, 01:22 PM   #37047
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LOL, a friend texted me and was like "are you nonamebastard" on tacoma world? Curiosity lead me here and well, that's friggen random! Like I said in that PM... That was so long ago that I'm kinda impressed anyone was even able to drag it out from it's grave honestly!

Carry on with the DOM vs. HREW... Just wanted to clarify. LOL
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Old 07-29-2013, 02:19 PM   #37048
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Thats too much, you can get DOM for a hair more than that
My local foot price on 1.75"

HREW $2.50ish

DOM $3.95
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Old 07-29-2013, 02:25 PM   #37049
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My local foot price on 1.75"

HREW $2.50ish

DOM $3.95
I get the DOM for under $3.50 here but i got friends in low places ha
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Old 07-29-2013, 02:29 PM   #37050
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Old 07-29-2013, 03:32 PM   #37051
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$5.30/ft here.
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Old 07-29-2013, 06:24 PM   #37052
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Old 07-29-2013, 06:25 PM   #37053
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Shit last time I got dom I paid $2.50 a foot, but that was a few years ago and it was over a thousand feet haha
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Old 07-29-2013, 06:30 PM   #37054
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Old 07-29-2013, 10:05 PM   #37056
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nevermind fixed it. also, does anyone know the vatozone or other auto supplier equivalent of this bump stop:
69215 STOP, FORD STYLE BUMP from http://www.chaosfab.com/PDF/install/92200.pdf
cant find out what it is and looked all around
Kartek has them for sure, 3rd isle on the right. Also polyperformance- http://www.polyperformance.com/shop/...k-p-26462.html

I think they were stock on the early (80's-mid 90's) Rangers?
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Old 07-29-2013, 10:11 PM   #37057
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Whats a good starting spot for front bypass valving? A really general number is fine, I just wanna make sure my valving isn't way off before installing.
Double cab long bed, V6
Coilovers: 600lb springs, 15 comp, 12/10 rebound (It's still too soft)
Double bypasses are at 15 comp, 12 rebound.

Should I change the bypass valving? They came valved for a silverado
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Kartek has them for sure, 3rd isle on the right. Also polyperformance- http://www.polyperformance.com/shop/...k-p-26462.html

I think they were stock on the early (80's-mid 90's) Rangers?
thanks for the links!! i think those might be different ones though, im looking for this (#29)
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Old 07-29-2013, 10:36 PM   #37059
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Whats a good starting spot for front bypass valving? A really general number is fine, I just wanna make sure my valving isn't way off before installing.
Double cab long bed, V6
Coilovers: 600lb springs, 15 comp, 12/10 rebound (It's still too soft)
Double bypasses are at 15 comp, 12 rebound.

Should I change the bypass valving? They came valved for a silverado
You want the bypass doing the majority of your compression dampening.
20 comp, 10 rebound in the bypass. And I'd do 10-12 comp (depending on how hard you're going to be beating on it), 10 rebound in the coil.
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You want the bypass doing the majority of your compression dampening.
20 comp, 10 rebound in the bypass. And I'd do 10-12 comp (depending on how hard you're going to be beating on it), 10 rebound in the coil.
Just curious but for those with 8" shocks on their second gens, what are your compression and rebounds set at? My foxes came off a ranger and they seem like they lack rebound because when I jump, it springs back up quickly. I know for a fact Im not bottoming out because the wipers on my king bumps don't max out
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