Originally Posted by philthyphil
Pay attention NOOB
Originally Posted by teekay1
mods: he is being mean to me....... and i thought we couldnt get much lower in the front?
LOL we are pretty low no one will ever get any lower the A arm only has a little bit of travel now. I hit the right front on the inner fender when I hit a massive drainage grate at the end of my road the other day. And to be honest I think the stock suspension would have hit on this hole too it is huge. Either way I'm going to stiffen up the dampening on the fronts since they are only 5 clicks from all the way soft that should take care of massive pot holes. I might raise the front up a 1/16 and hit the hole at the same speed if the dampening does not fix this stubborn hole I want 100% no hitting no matter how big of a hole you hit. But in all honesty their are not many potholes this size anywhere and I have been on some pretty grim roads so far where the first set up we did would hit front and back all the time and this setup is A O.K.
I have to say all the adjustments that we made really payed off and I see no issues at all but I just want to have all the adjustments and facts laid out for everyone so when they start receiving them I can help them dial them in with ease and have all the answers speedy!!
B.C is on vacation until Monday next week so I will continue to break these in until then. I should have pics up and price by early next week. I'm waiting to make sure I'm at a setup that everyone will be able to ride at before I take some pics of a setting that will not work so right after the damping adjustment I mentioned above is made and I ram this drainage grate again (See what I do for you guys I sacrifice my Jeep to huge holes in the road I wouldn't hit a hole this size in a million years in my worst enemies truck I may actually stop and get a pic of the size of this thing LOL) I will post up some real ride hight pics that will actually work for everyone soon.