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I, like all of you guys hate when there is incorrect information being posted like this in a thread about a NEW product. We have already installed OUR kits on a couple of stock trucks and have had no issues. Next time I would appreciate this posted as a question for ORW or some of the other RF members to inform you or sent to me as a PM. I would also appreciate if we try and keep this thread going for those that are interested in the kit and are looking for information. Thanks for the unnecessary warning and if there is anything else feel free to PM me; we don't need to turn this tread into something other then quality information.
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Mmmm nice. Would we be able to get the brackets unwelded for cheaper?
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The remote reservoir upgrade would be a $96 upgrade to the kit price. The brackets won't be offered unwelded sorry.
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pm'd ORW to get some details on a complete kit..

want to do this for a non superlifted IFS for a better ride quality..
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I received you PM and have responded in an e-mail sent to you directly.
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What about a complete kit price for front and rear setup? I can see myself putting an order in for this rather soon......
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This kit is a dream come true! I do have a question tho. I am running a non superlifted truck. I have a small torsion bar crank. Would this kit work on a stock height truck? And how much lift would I gain? I often dream of no torsion bars lol.
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so this coilover conversion..

works for stock trucks?
i just read the first post then posted this. i am teh suck if i fail at reading.
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Nevermind I re read the first post I was just so excited that I didnt read it that well haha. The pictures don't work for me. Any other way to view them?
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so it'll work for stock trucks? if so this will be one of my next investments
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It says in the first post that it will work with stock trucks. I am seriously looking at this for the end of January.
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Hope everyone had a great Merry Christmas. The kit will work on the stock trucks and is equivalent to cranking your torsion bars for lift. The Front kit will start you off at $650 which includes:
Coil-over conversion brackets
FOX 2.0 Coil-overs (reservoir upgrade is available for an additional $50per. shock)
Hardware pack
As for the rear there are many different options like:
Deaver springs
Beltech shackles
FOX shocks or Bilstein shocks

Shoot me a PM and I'll quote you a price on the options that you are looking for.
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wow hmm... really considering this
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I WILL be buying mid to end of January when i get my bonus check. Will they be available by then?
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Does the $650 price tag include shipping?
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I WILL be buying mid to end of January when i get my bonus check. Will they be available by then?
Have plenty in stock and will be placing another order soon.

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Does the $650 price tag include shipping?
Does not include shipping. Please PM me for price. Thanks
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Sounds like a smokin deal!!
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Some of you have PM'd me about our pictures not working so here they are.

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pic request

does any one have pictures of this installed. and will it work with a superlift lift kit?
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Most guys are using it with the Superlift kit
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springs available separately ??

i already have this kind of lift on my Explorer but i am looking for some 12 inch 800 lbs/inch springs, or, some 14 inch 750 lbs/inch springs, for fox 2.0 emulsions,.,

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Here is a picture of what you get in our complete 1998-Present Ranger 4wd/Edge Coil-Over Kits
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I already have the brackets... I got them from jacob before ORW came out with them. Is there anyway i can get just the hardware???
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Hardware needed to install Jacobs brackets:

4- 1/2"x3" (shock bolts)
4- 1/2"x1.25 (upper bracket drilled holes through back)
2- 1/2"x2.25 (upper shock mount through top)
8- 3/8"x1.25 (lower bracket)

10- 1/2" metal lock nuts
20- 1/2" steel grade 8 washers

8- 3/8" metal lock nuts
16- 3/8" steel grade 8 washers

This is what I was able to research for you guys to make things a little easier. Our hardware kit is similar but instead of the 4 1/2" bolts that need to be drilled through the factory shock tower to mount his upper shock mount, we used 3/8" bolts to position our upper mount to the shock tower. I could put a kit together for you just send me a PM if interested.
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K I'm really interested in this.... To install I would have to take the bars, keys and shocks out, weld the upper and lower mounts, then install? Sounds easy enough
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