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Old 10-23-2016, 08:49 PM   #1
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Another upgrade in the books

Had a wheel bearing making some noise so I decided it was time to upgrade to a dynatrac free spin kit. Very nice kit with good directions and quality work.









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Old 10-24-2016, 03:22 PM   #2
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please esplain the coilovers. i love my freespin kit and long arm for my 06. coilovers are the next logical choice.
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Old 10-24-2016, 04:28 PM   #3
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please esplain the coilovers. i love my freespin kit and long arm for my 06. coilovers are the next logical choice.
I have had the 8" BDS long arm kit for about 4 years now. Rode great when I put it on but still had the rough 3/4 ton truck ride in the rear. So I did the carli leaf springs. After some other variations this is the final product. I bought the BDS/fox coilover kit from BDS. They are tuned for that 8" long arm and come set up for 8" lift. I did adjust them a little when i put them on to get about 8.5" lift out of them. Very easy bolt on kit with the exception of 4 welds about a inch long and had to cut out the upper coil bucket for the coilover to fit through. I now have carli adjustable trac bar, thuren fab sway bar and steering with 1.5" DOM and 7/8" heim joints instead of tie rods and redneck ram hydro assist. In the rear I still have the carli leafs, with fox shocks, 2" block and thuren fab lift shackles fora bout 7-8" lift. I like the rear to sit level or just a tad higher than front.

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