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PMK 09-06-2013 02:44 AM

ICON Rezzy relocating
 
Curious if anyone has relocated the rezzy mounts from inside the wheelwell to a location outside the wheelwell.

I don't plan to cut through the bed or build a cage, just a simple ICON oem setup fronts 2.5 standard or extended travel and rear 2.0's.

Yes, this will involve new hoses to be made and a rebuild or fluid replacement.

Photos if you have them.

PK

Sublime 09-07-2013 01:17 AM

Why would you mount them outside? Would look funny!

The Traveler 09-07-2013 02:00 AM

I'm not sure I understand...where else would you mount them if you're not building a cage? In the cab? lol

PMK 09-07-2013 04:44 AM

Would like to move the rezzyz for the rears to the inside of the frame rails.

The fronts would also move inside the frame rails, and possibly across the front near the bumper mounting location.

Just want to make them a bit less obvious and provide them more protection from debris off the tires.

PK

The Traveler 09-07-2013 10:37 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by PMK (Post 7397869)
Would like to move the rezzyz for the rears to the inside of the frame rails.

The fronts would also move inside the frame rails, and possibly across the front near the bumper mounting location.

Just want to make them a bit less obvious and provide them more protection from debris off the tires.

PK

But resi's pull bitches...why would you want to hide them?? :confused:

At any rate, I don't see why you couldn't mount them inboard. Would need to pretty much disassemble and recharge the shocks to change hoses though. If I wanted to hide them, I'm wrap them in electrical tape or spray paint them black.

PMK 09-07-2013 04:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by The Traveler (Post 7398435)
But resi's pull bitches...why would you want to hide them?? :confused:

At any rate, I don't see why you couldn't mount them inboard. Would need to pretty much disassemble and recharge the shocks to change hoses though. If I wanted to hide them, I'm wrap them in electrical tape or spray paint them black.


After being married for 28 years, I have learned girls are nothing but trouble, and bitches come with baggage.

Not really need to hide them, more so than get them away from the abuse of debris kicked up from the tires.

PK


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