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Old 11-08-2011, 08:25 PM   #1
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Anyone running 10" coilovers on Engage Long Travel kit, also 35" tires what gears

As the title says is anyone running 10" coil overs on engage long travel kit, if so how many travel are you getting, pictures will help a lot. also 35" tires what gears

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Old 11-08-2011, 08:34 PM   #2
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yes there are people. vitang is im pretty sure. you will need an engine cage to run a 10 inch CO
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As the title says is anyone running 10" coil overs on engage long travel kit, if so how many travel are you getting, also pictures will help a lot.

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Best to call Engage or PM them on here, they can probably tell you. I think Vi (Vitang on here) might be running a 10" CO now
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If i keep My kit im going to run a 10 inch coilover with a tender spring on it
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I'm going to run a 10 inch coilover with a tender spring on it, because I'm keeping my kit
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If i keep My kit im going to run a 10 inch coilover with a tender spring on it
do you have an idea of how many travel you will get with 10's? i think it is 16" travel with a 8" right? will you need to do an engine cage?
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if anyone can post pics running 10" coil overs would be great
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I don't know. Travel numbers aren't everything. Its how well your suspension is tuned and how well your kit cycles.
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Vi is running 12s IIRC, its better to go 12s because you can go dual rate springs. You will definitely need a cage to run anything over 8", or shock cage at the least, but engine cage is best.
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You can run dual rates on 10inch coilovers
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Vi is running 12s IIRC, its better to go 12s because you can go dual rate springs. You will definitely need a cage to run anything over 8", or shock cage at the least, but engine cage is best.
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I don't know. Travel numbers aren't everything. Its how well your suspension is tuned and how well your kit cycles.
I have the kit with me now but still thinking on what should i get if 8 or 10
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You can run dual rates on 10inch coilovers

what would be good spring rate on dual springs?
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Im not surel. I would contact Sunny or Marco at DSM and ask what they recommend. You are going to need to have a new shock hoop or engine cage like BlackHawke mentioned.
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You can run dual rates on 10inch coilovers
its rare, but it can be done, but might as well go 12"
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My custom kit will run a 12 inch dual rate haha
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now I'm more confused LOL i think i want 12's too
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any pics??
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i don't want to start a new thread so i may just ask you guys what would be a good gears for 35" 4.56 or 4.88 it is a 2006 ted off road double cab
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4.88s seem to be too low for a dd and 4.56 puts you back to stock basically
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4.88s seem to be too low for a dd and 4.56 puts you back to stock basically
Thanks i will go for 4.56, now back to my question anyone has pics on 12's or 10's ??? can't wait to start the building i have many parts now, I have engage long travel kit, t50 pack, shackles, pivots, 16" bypass for rear, glassworks fenders and bedsides, k&n Intake,
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