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Now I need to price out some coil overs.

As a question, has anyone tried dual rates, or do they not come in a size that would fit?
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Now I need to price out some coil overs.

As a question, has anyone tried dual rates, or do they not come in a size that would fit?

Damnit, my phone won't show the delete button for this stupid double post...

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c.obrien - powdercoated
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I'm in for a second set. I just got an 03 Sport Trac and wanna ditch torsion bars on it as well.
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ME00Stepside, bilzy7 paid me for my set. So my set can be released. Thanks.
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I feel bad because I'm being quite lazy doing this, but can anyone tell me what I need to order from ORW?

Superlifted Ranger. I believe i need the limiting strap, shock and coils.

I'm also reading the thread but it's ----ing long and i was kinda hoping some guy with same truck could just drop some part numbers or specifics on me :)
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How To: Install Coil-Overs and ditch T-bars - Ford Explorer Ranger Enthusiasts "Serious Explorations"
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Thanks, that looks like a superlifted ranger(i mean explorer but u know what i mean). I'll just have to double check on what's needed and then order.
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I still haven't done limit straps.

I have 750lb 12" coils. I bought my coils from another member, but I know the specifics are in here somewhere
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I still haven't done limit straps.

I have 750lb 12" coils. I bought my coils from another member, but I know the specifics are in here somewhere

Mmhmm at my job i literally do nothing for 9 hours a day but unfortunately my work computer, r-f is blocked. Their filter is super lame. So when I get off work im usually getting **** done instead of researching. But ill work on it tonight :)
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I feel bad because I'm being quite lazy doing this, but can anyone tell me what I need to order from ORW?

Superlifted Ranger. I believe i need the limiting strap, shock and coils.

I'm also reading the thread but it's ----ing long and i was kinda hoping some guy with same truck could just drop some part numbers or specifics on me :)
The following quote is a slightly modified version of what I posted 18 months ago back on page #11 (Coilover Part Numbers):

Also, I've never added the limit straps and/or bump stops to this list since they will vary depending on where & how you mount everything.

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Superlifted Truck (Confirmed via PM this setup works 100%):
  • Fox Shocks 2.0" X 6.5" Emulsion Coil-over #980-04-001-A (Black Body w/ Upgraded Chrome Finish) = Qty of 2
  • Fox "Long Rod Ends" are part #213-01-238-A (Series 2.0 w/ 5/8" Shaft) = Qty of 2.
  • Fox 1/2" Spacer #213-18-009-A = Qty of 8 (Assumes usage of Brackets w/ 1.5" inner dimension) - I believe these come with the kit from ME00Stepside now
  • Eibach ERS 12" long 2.5" I.D. Coil spring - Spring Rate: 750lb = Qty of 2

Stock Height Truck (Confirmed via multiple member this setup works 100%):
  • Fox Shocks 2.0" X 5" Emulsion Coil-over #980-04-000-A (Black Body w/ Upgraded Chrome Finish) = Qty of 2
  • Fox "Long Rod Ends" are part #213-01-238-A (Series 2.0 w/ 5/8" Shaft) = Qty of 2.
  • Fox 1/2" Spacer #213-18-009-A = Qty of 8 (Assumes usage of Brackets w/ 1.5" inner dimension) - I believe these come with the kit from ME00Stepside now
  • Eibach ERS 10" long 2.5" I.D. Coil spring - Spring Rate: 750lb = Qty of 2

Of course, part #'s will vary depending on the desired spring rates. Also the Fox part #'s will vary depending on the body finish (cadmium versus upgraded chrome), as well as body color (blue versus black - but I don't think you can get the blue anymore). Tons of info on Fox shocks (Extended/Collapsed Info as well): http://www.off-roadproducts.com/FOX08Coilover.htm

Also, when I purchased my Fox coilovers, they were custom valved by the dealer to match the usage. A benefit of Fox CO’s – and good dealers do this for free & won’t sell them without it being done....I think that's VERY important as it can change everything about how the shock "rides". He asked me many questions about the usage in order to dial it in correctly (type of truck, on-road versus off-road usage, high-speed or low-speed. etc.).

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I would suggest proxy sites, but its not worth breaking their user policy and possibly getting fired.
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Thank you Logan. I will have to check if my kit came w spacers, I'm not exactly sure. But that is a useful guide on what to get


Edit - on the fox 2.0 any reason to go black/chrome over black/zinc?

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I would suggest proxy sites, but its not worth breaking their user policy and possibly getting fired.
It's all good I work a state job so I won't be fired.... :).
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Thank you Logan
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Edit - on the fox 2.0 any reason to go black/chrome over black/zinc?
I just liked the extra durability it provides, but most just go with the standard finish & never have issues.
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Ok. - browsed KING coil overs for 20 min..too bad they carry a premium because god I want em..
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Ok. - browsed KING coil overs for 20 min..too bad they carry a premium because god I want em..
What do you mean premium? Like the cost of them? I did notice similar size ones costing 336+.

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Off Road Warehouse - Shocks King Shocks 2.0'' Coil-Over Non-Reservoir King Shocks King 2.0'' Performance Race Coil-Over Emulsion Shock 10'' Travel(No Springs)(7/8'' Shaft)

Are those the King coilovers you are referring to?
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I hope not.

If your just using this bracket kit - I believe the extended & collapsed lengths on those are way out of wack for our trucks (even if Superlifted).

That 10" King Setup = (27.050'' & 17.050'')

Confirmed working setup for a Stock Height Truck = (16.40" & 11.30") = Fox Coilover 5" Travel
Confirmed working setup for a Superlifted Truck = (19.35" & 12.85") = Fox Coilover 6.5" Travel

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Ok, I must be looking at the wrong fox shocks on that site also. The extended/collapsed lengths were within an inch of each other.
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OK, still waiting on the powdercoating, but the shop assured me I should be able to pick them up this week.

I should also be picking up the hardware in a couple of days, so if all goes well, I'll be packing and shipping this weekend.

Round 4:
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moonliteshawn - Powdercoated - paid
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Jared152 - Powdercoated

If you haven't paid yet, please try to get it to me ASAP.

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Bumping the pricing and the new list to the last page:

Kit with powdercoated brackets: $290
Kit with raw brackets: $270

Shipping:
$17 US
$46 Canada

Kit includes:
4 brackets (2 upper, 2 lower)
4 gussets to reinforce shock tower
2 shock tower spacers for upper mounts
8 rod end spacers (for 1/2" wide rod ends--like Fox)
All hardware to install--grade 8 zinc plated

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Are these the soanner wrenches I will need?
https://www.offroadwarehouse.com/pro...roductID/51661
I saw this one listed, but there was another one listed as well that I could not locate. I didn't know if I should be getting 2 of these or if there were two different wrenches.
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Are these the soanner wrenches I will need?
If you’re getting a 2.0 series setup from Fox they require two different sizes - You will need both.

Any spanner wrenches that say they are for a 2.0 series Fox setup will work fine.

I happened to pick mine up from here:
Spanner Wrench Fox 2.0 Large
Spanner Wrench Fox 2.0 Small


The need for two different sizes can be seen here:
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Yes. That is the wrench that came with my coilovers. Whether the company sends them with c/o purchase or the guy I bought mine off of bought one. I dunno. I do know this, when adjusting your preload. Use of a breaker bar helps. Those square holes fit one perfectly.

Edit:

Logan why do you need two? I used the one in the link in question for both rings.
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