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Adjustable coilovers for a 620

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Alright so who has done adjustable coilovers for the front for a 620 , this is a sure that I wanna do next 

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What spring rate? You said the ride was bumpy? How are you shock absorbers?

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27 minutes ago, datzenmike said:

What spring rate? You said the ride was bumpy? How are your shock absorbers?

Not to sure , ooo they are shit 

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Worn shocks give a very harsh ride on any vehicle. Without them a spring absorbs all the bump energy and releases it back to the tire which rebounds the energy back to the spring and this can happen several times till it dampens out. Worst, a tire ca even lift off the ground which is not good in a turn.

 

Jump in the bed, try to get it bouncing. Stop suddenly. If the truck continues more than 1/2 a bounce they could be replaced.

 

Are any leaking or wet? Remove and see if you can open and close them easily. Some will collapse freely for several inches before there is resistance.

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how much do you want to spend? lots of people are using the qa1 coilovers. expect to spend around 800 for just the fronts

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48 minutes ago, 5t341tH said:

how much do you want to spend? lots of people are using the qa1 coilovers. expect to spend around 800 for just the fronts

Right now I found a pair of coilover shocks for the front , now just to find the springs that will be a good fit for the truck 

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