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Old 02-13-2016
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Coil-over Questions

Alright guys, need some help deciding what the best route is going to be for my 1998 xlt 4x4. As the title implies, I'm going to be installing the coil over conversion kit shortly, and I'm wondering if there is going to be any advantage to running a dual rate spring pack (other than the obvious) as opposed to the single rate 10" spring. Or if running a dual rate spring pack is even possible. I'm also wondering if I would be able to run QA1's DS501 coil over shocks instead of the fox racing 2.0 emulsion coil overs. QA1's shocks are almost $100 cheaper per shock, and the springs I am looking at are PAC Racing. Dual 5" or a 4" and a 6" for the dual rate set up if it is possible. And if not a single 10" spring. Finally, what would the recommended spring rate be for the single 10" spring as well as the spring rates for the dual springs if that set up is possible.

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