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Old 05-08-2014, 08:13 PM   #21
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Theres no way around lowering the gas tank. The front bolt on the left side leaf spring needs to come off to the tank side. As far as cutting. Idid the carrier beaing kit and I cut the stock bracket off. But I have heard of a new version that doesnt reqiure it anymore. As far as ride quality I love it, I just didnt like the rear shocks almost have give and feel real stiff. I put the stock ones back on for now.
I will be going with front belltech with stock srings and adding shackles to the rear to get another 1in drop.
[MENTION=109919]Spadey[/MENTION] I am having the same problem you had in the back with my ground force 9861 kit. The ride is very ****ty in the back, I think it may be the ground force rear shocks. Did your ride improve in the back when you put the oem shock absorbers back on?
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Old 05-19-2014, 01:43 PM   #22
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[MENTION=109919]Spadey[/MENTION] I am having the same problem you had in the back with my ground force 9861 kit. The ride is very ****ty in the back, I think it may be the ground force rear shocks. Did your ride improve in the back when you put the oem shock absorbers back on?
Update: I got the ground force rear shocks replaced with oem shocks, ride is very smooth now feels like factory. The ground force rear shocks were just too stiff.

Oem on top, ground force on bottom
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im selling my Ground Force 2/4 kit, PM me for details..
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