Originally Posted by dasko76
IMO any of these after market lowering springs will ALL rub with people in the back.
i think you need to do shocks and spring to do it 100% , mine rub on bumps as well.
any one know some shocks to upgrade to ?
or coilovers ?
What kind of springs do you have DASKO?
Again this is the first I've heard of any sort of rubbing of the Extremes and a larger than average bump.
The RM mids and 1.8 & 1.8 have no issues that I am aware of to date and their are at least 75 sets out their and this one comment above is the first of another 75 sets of Extremes.
Coil-Overs will be next to impossible to MFG and it's defiantly a project I'm staying far away from after the 2 year fiasco with the last setup. I asked 2 years ago and they have actually said they are not interested in doing them because of the complexity of them with all the electronics.
Their is noting wrong with the OEM struts with aftermarket spring setup in fact it's quite nice.
IMO you will wast 1,000's of dollars doing what the OEM does best and why ruin the comfort of the OEM ride quality. Most who contact me I mean 99% of people want it lower but want to maintain the OEM ride quality that's why they choose RM and not Eibachs.
I am buttoning up all the loose suspension with stiffer bushings and larger arms front and rear fully adjustable to take out all the deflection on the suspension. This should be more than enough for anyone wanting a solid suspension especially in Track mode. I'm not sure we can top the OEM settings on the suspension no matter how long we R&D any setup this is why we choose to get rid of all the soft bushings and just do springs the arms are really noticeable from what the test Truck tells me so when it's all put together it should be quite nice.