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Old 07-12-2010, 12:13 PM   #1
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Mounting the RR on King Coilovers

I searched and serached and nothing.

Apparently the King coilovers don't come with mounting hardware. So question is:

What kind of hardward do I need?
Where and how do I mount them? Anybody have pictures?
Do I need to get these puppies charged after installing or do they come charged?
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Old 07-12-2010, 12:18 PM   #2
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I searched and serached and nothing.

Apparently the King coilovers don't come with mounting hardware. So question is:

What kind of hardward do I need?
Where and how do I mount them? Anybody have pictures?
Do I need to get these puppies charged after installing or do they come charged?
Buy some resi mounts from SDHQ the weld on kind are the easiest. THey are $4 a pair. Order 2 pairs and tac them to the frame and you are set

http://www.superduty-hq.com/weldonreservoirmounts.aspx
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Old 07-12-2010, 12:39 PM   #3
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Then you hose clamp the resi to the mount once on the frame. If the shocks are new they should be charged already. I can take some pics tonight
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What are my options if I don't want to weld something to my frame....i.e. for removal and selling later.
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Old 07-12-2010, 01:10 PM   #5
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What are my options if I don't want to weld something to my frame....i.e. for removal and selling later.
THey are tac welded to the frame more or less you could bust them off with a hammer later if you wanted to. and someone wouldn't even know the holders were there or you just leave them and they think they were supposed to be there. They are really small.

As for other options I personally don't know of any bolt on holders that you are able to buy. You might be able to have All Pro sell you the ones that come with their fox shox but its going to cost you and I'm not sure if they even stock those of if they come straight from Fox.
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I owuld have them checked to see if they are charged. I got my fox's in and they were at 85 and 120...both should be at 200psi
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I searched and serached and nothing.

Apparently the King coilovers don't come with mounting hardware. So question is:

What kind of hardward do I need?
Where and how do I mount them? Anybody have pictures?
Do I need to get these puppies charged after installing or do they come charged?
I installed the kings on Cameron Lanes and his came with brackets to hold the resis. They utilized stock hardware. The rear left was a pain in the ass to install.
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I owuld have them checked to see if they are charged. I got my fox's in and they were at 85 and 120...both should be at 200psi
Kings need to be at 150PSI At least that what mine say
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How do I check them?
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