Aye, makes good sense to me.blink32 wrote:I guess I could measure it at full droop when I jack it up aye? Then I could jack up by the lower link and see how much compression i can get out of it. That should work right?
I thought I was prepped, but the springs are too damn stiff. I thought about going with a diff brand of fronts, or even AC springs, but passed on it for the matched set.NVSteve wrote:I never seem to have all the right tools for the job. Keep the updates coming, as I'm very interested in the final result. Did you ever toy around with the idea of installing Bilstein front coilovers? I'm wondering how much of a difference they would make. But, I'd want to stick with the same suspension components all the way around (OME in this case, also because they are the only ones to offer a full kit).
You know, I don't really know. I personally don't trust 99% of places that provide any kind of customer service. Most of them "yah yah" their customers and if you don't know what your looking for they'll end up getting over on you. If I had one locally that I trusted I probably would have gone that route. I have had a strut/spring/shock suspension installed in the past on a car and it was around $200 I think just for labor.ragpaoa wrote: What's the cost of just taking it to the local 4x4 shop that deals with this all the time?
Rod,Rodos wrote:Mate, great effort.
Us Pathy owners in Australia are keen on this kit too.
I placed a link to this on our forum, I am sure there will be some people visiting here to check out your efforts.