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Looks awesome man! I'd say a big thanks is in order for coming through on a large scale project like this!
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Everything is shipped!

I'll send tracking numbers out to everyone this evening when I get home. Post some install pics up when you put them in! I would like to get some feedback. Mine have been in for just about 7500 miles now, and I've hit my share of bad potholes with my truck, so I'm very confident in their strengthe, but I want to hear feedback on them in general.

Taking orders now for another run. I need to get at least a couple more to get it going. Turn time on this batch should be more like a month, now that one run has been done and any bugs worked out.


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I may very well jump on the next order. Trucks installed already look great! Hopefully some guys can post some pictures of the actual coil over setup and the side shot of nooooooooo T-bars :).
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Question. Are these exclusive to this site or have you advertised on other sites?

Have you thought about going larger scale with this item?
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Also, I just found these on another site im on all the time.

http://www.profendersuspension.com/

Idk if we can use them or what size to get but the prices look decent.
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I don't think profender makes a shock short enough, even for me lol
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I saw that when I looked deeper at the site. Might be an option for the super lifted guys though. The only thing that bothers me is they are made in taiwan and I'm not sure what the quality would be like.
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I think a superlifted ranger might use an 8"?

I'm actually planning on buying the profender bumps but I would suggest staying with a coilover from a proven company made in USA, especially considering the prices arent far off
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I'm goin to try and get in on the next set but I doubt I'll have my tax returns by the deadline
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These are what I'd recommend, I don't know if a link to different shock lengths have been posted yet so if not this link could be pretty helpful
http://polyperformance.com/shop/Radf...t-p-29407.html
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Mine just arrived !!! Hoping on the phone with nick from orw tomorrow
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Wow! That was seriously quick! I dropped them off at the PO Saturday.
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hey, i just have a quick question for everyone. i went to order my fox shocks today and as far as i know, they dont make the long rod ends anymore. however, they still do offer the option of extended eyelets. does anyone know which length of extended eyelet i should be ordering that would have the same effect as the long rod end? i am superlifted, and here is the link to what im talking about:
http://www.foxracingshox.com/dl/offroad/foxrs-or-el.pdf
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hey, i just have a quick question for everyone. i went to order my fox shocks today and as far as i know, they dont make the long rod ends anymore. however, they still do offer the option of extended eyelets. does anyone know which length of extended eyelet i should be ordering that would have the same effect as the long rod end? i am superlifted, and here is the link to what im talking about:
http://www.foxracingshox.com/dl/offroad/foxrs-or-el.pdf
Everyone needs extended eyelets, superlifted or not. As far as availability goes, poly performance sells them.


Extended eyelets=long rod end....

If anyone knows if radflo offers them too let us know.

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ya, i understand that, fox offers them. im just unclear on which length of extended eyelet to order

the part number of the long rod end that was confirmed through logan03CO is 213-01-138-A. they no longer make that part. im just wondering which length of extended eyelet i need to order that would be equivalent in size to that long rod end.
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Just got mine, too! Noticed the shipped was a little more than anticipated...you've got a paypal payment coming your way for the extra. Thanks again for all of your hard work!
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Everyone needs extended eyelets...
If anyone knows if radflo offers them too let us know.
If anyone needs them for shocks that don't have them available, I can do them. I would just need a stock end to work off of. Anodizing is also available.
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Just got mine, too! Noticed the shipped was a little more than anticipated...you've got a paypal payment coming your way for the extra. Thanks again for all of your hard work!
Yeah, I didn't take into account the insurance, but there was no way I was going to ship them uninsured!
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I'm goin to try and get in on the next set but I doubt I'll have my tax returns by the deadline
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