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Iím looking at dual shock setup, bypass and coilover on all four corners. What setup do you have and how do you like it? What changes would you make if you had to and who made it? I know couple of the vendors has a onetime build but Iím sure some of you have fabed one up on your own.

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I have a coilover and triple bypass setup on my jeep that was built by me. 14" in front and 12" rear. Rear coilovers are mounted on a cantilever using an 8" stroke bypass. The coilovers are mounted vertical, well leaning back like the poly coilovers. Also have air bumps all around.

I will try to update my thread and post pictures when I can remember how.

Personally love it. Still need to finish the tuning on the shocks but I only finished it a few weeks ago and not much spare time right now.
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If you are looking at coilover and bypass at all four corners, then your choices are limited if you are only looking at off the shelf kits.

I think your only choices would be Rebel's extreme kit (if still available), ORE and Rock Krawler and Schaffer's forth coming kits. There was another Texas company that made front brackets but their name eludes me right now.


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If you are looking at coilover and bypass at all four corners, then your choices are limited if you are only looking at off the shelf kits.

I think your only choices would be Rebel's extreme kit (if still available), ORE and Rock Krawler and Schaffer's forth coming kits. There was another Texas company that made front brackets but their name eludes me right now.
Are you talking about Tribe 4x4?
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Are you talking about Tribe 4x4?
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TNT sells a coil over kit that has bypasses too

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i checked tnt out but couldnt find any double shock towers.
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