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it was in the generao discussion forum I believe. The guy was smashing whoops pretty hard from the sound of it with a 6" c/o .
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Still waiting for links on broken rods. I know of one thread but forget who had the issue.
Here is his thread: 2.0 fox emulsion coil over carnage
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Thanks Logan, I knew about that one. Is there others?
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Thanks Logan, I knew about that one. Is there others?
Not that I've heard..... by this point - it's a pretty time tested setup.

Now sure if you don't run limit traps and/or bumps - you can break anything!
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Thanks mikerider, I did read through but am having trouble locating the info I need. I know that I need 10 inch limit straps, but not sure what type of mounting is the best.
Also do I need any extended brake lines? I will happily just read the thread if someone can direct me to it.
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Thanks mikerider, I did read through but am having trouble locating the info I need. I know that I need 10 inch limit straps, but not sure what type of mounting is the best. Also do I need any extended brake lines? I will happily just read the thread if someone can direct me to it.
Here's the last set I did, it uses seat belt clevis' from ruffstuff specialty and then threaded clevis mounts from poly performance for the top mount.

I will see if I can dig up the links again. If any body in wa is doing a swap let me know I can lend a hand, it would be nice to get some picks so I can put together a how too.
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Thank You, also will my super-lift limit straps work?
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POLY PERFORMANCE OFF-ROAD PARTS :: Limit Straps :: Synergy Multi-Strap Clevis Kit
Which one of these? Thanks

I just ordered the seat belt clevis fro ruff stuff too
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POLY PERFORMANCE OFF-ROAD PARTS :: Limit Straps :: Synergy Multi-Strap Clevis Kit Which one of these? Thanks I just ordered the seat belt clevis fro ruff stuff too
You want the "bung with mounting tabs"
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Flat Tab?
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Flat Tab?
Yes flat tab but you won't use it. The seat belt tab works much better. You will need pair of bolts for the lower strap mount as well.
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Will the superlift limit straps work? I have bolts from that I think, if the strap will work that would be cool too
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Yes, those should work. The key is mounting them so that they limit your suspension where it needs to be. You want them to stop the extension before the upper control arm hits the coils, and before the shock is at it's fullest extension.
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Should I order my 6.5 coilovers with a installed bumpstop? Will I need my stock bump in addition to that?
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you will need to keep the stock bump stop.
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So is there any purpose to the bumpstop that others have put on the coilover?
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not really..
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Ok, I really appreciate your help. One more question then- Stock bumpstops are adequate for this set-up?
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They might be in the way, it gets tight in there.
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Ok, I really appreciate your help. One more question then- Stock bumpstops are adequate for this set-up?
yep, just keep in mind its still a stock vehicle and you dont want to be jumping it lol. If you are running 6.5" shocks id recommend you install the shock without the spring first and jack up the control arm so you see the bump stop actually hit the lower control arm to make sure you arent bottoming out your shiny new shocks.
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like this,
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Will the superlift limit straps work? I have bolts from that I think, if the strap will work that would be cool too
Blacktruckbrown, the superlift straps should work with their pre-swap mounting points, depending on how you weld the gussets on. I used longer bolts and extra washers to space the strap end from the "L" corner formed between gusset and shock tower. Pic links:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/9ynlzyugav...2016.56.16.jpg
https://www.dropbox.com/s/h539wsgrst...2016.58.15.jpg
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