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Old 04-10-2012, 06:58 AM   #51
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Great product you guys have here but I have a couple questions for you. I am looking the get the pure jeep backbone/gussets and was wondering if there will be any conflicts between the two parts? Also I am running RKs 2.5" max pro kit and have their recommended RRD shocks on the way, will these work or am I gonna need to get longer ones? I know it was briefly brought up earlier but I just want to make sure. TIA
With the Pure Jeep style of gusset there should be little or no interference with the new shock mounts. If for some reason there is interference it will be minor and can be handled easily with a grinder and then installed. There are some pictures earlier on that show these working installed on the cap style gussets with some minor grinding.

The shocks you have on order will work great. As always we recommend cycling your suspension after you make any changes to it to ensure you will have no issues on the trail.

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Old 04-10-2012, 07:05 AM   #52
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Got mine all painted up and ready for install. Thanks Nemesis, great product.
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With the Pure Jeep style of gusset there should be little or no interference with the new shock mounts. If for some reason there is interference it will be minor and can be handled easily with a grinder and then installed. There are some pictures earlier on that show these working installed on the cap style gussets with some minor grinding.

The shocks you have on order will work great. As always we recommend cycling your suspension after you make any changes to it to ensure you will have no issues on the trail.

Thanks for the questions,

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Excellent thanks for the info!
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Just finished ordering a set. Thanks!
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Old 08-17-2012, 11:19 AM   #55
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Just finished ordering a set. Thanks!
They are all boxed up and waiting for the UPS guy to come pick them up! I hope you enjoy them!
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Old 08-30-2012, 12:34 PM   #56
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Great product! keeps the fox shock bodies from binding/rubbing on the frame. thanks guys.
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Old 08-30-2012, 01:35 PM   #57
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So is there any cutting required or anything like that with these? Or do they just bolt on? Also I have a 2.5 inch lift with bilsteins will those shocks be ok with these?Or will I need different ones if I run this product?
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Old 08-30-2012, 02:48 PM   #58
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So is there any cutting required or anything like that with these? Or do they just bolt on? Also I have a 2.5 inch lift with bilsteins will those shocks be ok with these?Or will I need different ones if I run this product?
They bolt right on. I have gussets on my axle and I did have to grind down a little off the edge. But otherwise its a simple install.
They are compatable with most any lift . Just moves the shocks out a few inches and up about a half inch. You will gain a little droop in your suspension cycle.
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Old 09-01-2012, 01:39 PM   #59
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I looked up the install steps it says you need to drill a hole. Is that correct?
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I looked up the install steps it says you need to drill a hole. Is that correct?
Yes on the passenger side.

Is this thing on?
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Noticed this weekend my Bilsteins were hitting the frame under extreme articulation. Ordered a set this morning.
I may go coilovers in the future. These brackets look similar to what I installed on my buddies EVO setup, but turned 90 degrees. Do you see a problem using these with a coilover setup if welded on?
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Noticed this weekend my Bilsteins were hitting the frame under extreme articulation. Ordered a set this morning.
I may go coilovers in the future. These brackets look similar to what I installed on my buddies EVO setup, but turned 90 degrees. Do you see a problem using these with a coilover setup if welded on?
Your order has already been boxed up and is awaiting the UPS guy to come pick it up! As for the coilovers, you should be just fine welding it on but we haven't tested the clearance of the coilover springs on this bracket yet.
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