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Old 09-26-2012, 07:56 PM   #11
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I think all together it was like $1500. No too bad, but not to good. Yeah I have an 04 as well. You can't go wrong with king.
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Old 09-26-2012, 09:10 PM   #12
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ok thank you thats cheaper then i thought i was beting $2500
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No it's not that much. Hey but when you get the you should post up some pictures!!
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definatly
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how much suspension travel do u have an how good are they onroad an offroad?
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To be honest I really couldn't tell you what my travel is but I could tell that you would have no problem keeping up and passing a raptor. That's for off road, on road there not bad a little more stiff. But not bad. I kinda like a stiff ride tho.
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nice stiff ride is a good thing up here they dont take care of the roads
thats awesome u could take on a raptor offroad r u able to do lil jumps like 2-5ft?
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Oh yeah you can jump it. But if you are you should Chang your upper arm to something a little more beefy. I've seen and heard alot of guys thinking cause they changed the shocks that can jump it and they break there upper arm or something else. It doesn't happen all the time but I wouldn't take that chance. Just a heads up. You will love them!
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il prob do that thanks bigger controllers would be better
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To be honest I really couldn't tell you what my travel is but I could tell that you would have no problem keeping up and passing a raptor.
With only 1500 in shocks , I doubt that.
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