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Old 02-24-2011, 06:31 PM   #61
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Are these taller coil springs going to require an allignment?

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JimBox I so far love the 9000xl shocks. Got about 45 miles on them. Once I get the new springs and spacers put on Monday I will mess with the settings. But for now they are a world of difference over the stock shocks. Much better ride, no body roll at all.

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JimBox I so far love the 9000xl shocks. Got about 45 miles on them. Once I get the new springs and spacers put on Monday I will mess with the settings. But for now they are a world of difference over the stock shocks. Much better ride, no body roll at all.
I have found that by leaving mine set at "5", it's the best all around, without constant changing and when I pull my trailer I reset the rears to "9", All the way clockwise-if your not using the "remote" !!

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Are these taller coil springs going to require an allignment?
No. IIRC when I stood them side by side the actual coils were visibly thicker and 1 and 1/2 coils taller.

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