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Old 05-24-2021, 03:10 PM #16
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A shame to hear they raised their prices, they're 210v were already expensive enough buying them. About double the price as the rest.
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we were able to bend the tabs back with care... and a torch, punched, and a lot of hammering. I'm glad we could correct it this way without having to cut anything off and reweld.
C-clamps & channel locks also saw some action.


For anyone else that finds themselves in this situation, heating up the cam tab to reshape it back to its original position seemed pretty crucial because we could barely get it to budge before. @JZiggy lighting it up while I held his beer.




C-clamp came in handy to maintain stability while the tab was getting hammered and bent back into shape.




Cam tab fixed & happy.
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I was just thinking about this today, and you might have an answer since you were clearly just working on them...
We all know that when removing the LCA bolts they contact the steering rack unless it's swung out of the way or disconnected entirely. But is there any reason one couldn't simply reinstall them from the inside out instead to prevent this in the future?
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Doesn't look like it because you would still have to clear the nut side of the cam sleeve and that end would stick out further contacting the itre boot. Would also run the risk of tearing up the itre boot making alignment adjustments.
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So the fronts sitting at about 23 1/4" fender to hub. So they dropper it about an inch in front. Shes getting wheels and tires as we speak. done within the hour. I tried posting pics but the files too big. Ill try and re-size later.
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So the fronts sitting at about 23 1/4" fender to hub. So they dropper it about an inch in front. Shes getting wheels and tires as we speak. done within the hour. I tried posting pics but the files too big. Ill try and re-size later.
Hopefully they are only dropping the coil adjustment by 1/4"-1/2" since you get a 2x multiplier on the ride height.
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Doesn't look like it because you would still have to clear the nut side of the cam sleeve and that end would stick out further contacting the itre boot. Would also run the risk of tearing up the itre boot making alignment adjustments.
Ah that could be it. I figured there had to be some reason, otherwise you'd hear people talk about it MUCH more
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Do you have free lengths and wire diameter of those two coils springs?
What's the valving of the shocks, progressive or digressive?
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Do you have free lengths and wire diameter of those two coils springs?
What's the valving of the shocks, progressive or digressive?
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I don't, sorry. I can measure the wire diameter for you at some point.

@Crikeymike maybe Mike can comment on the shock valving question? I would be interested to know as well.
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I don't, sorry. I can measure the wire diameter for you at some point.

@Crikeymike maybe Mike can comment on the shock valving question? I would be interested to know as well.
Shock valving in all Dobinsons shocks in linear/progressive.
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I've been looking for a Dobinson rear shock comparable to an FJ80 rear shock (14.5" compressed to 23.5" extended) or possibly a shorter compressed length around 13.5" with a good amount of travel, but I'm having a hard time finding measurements on most Dobinson rear shocks. Do you have any suggestions or recommendations? I'm trying to find a good shock to match with FJ80 7.5 wrap coils or Dobinson 210V.
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I've been looking for a Dobinson rear shock comparable to an FJ80 rear shock (14.5" compressed to 23.5" extended) or possibly a shorter compressed length around 13.5" with a good amount of travel, but I'm having a hard time finding measurements on most Dobinson rear shocks. Do you have any suggestions or recommendations? I'm trying to find a good shock to match with FJ80 7.5 wrap coils or Dobinson 210V.
Interested in exactly this also.
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IMS59-50705: rear shocks for the N215 and N285 4Runner

Extended length -- 23.23"
Compressed length -- 13.98"

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IMS59-50705: rear shocks for the N215 and N285 4Runner

Extended length -- 23.23"
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Thanks for that! What's the difference between IMS59-50705 and IMS59-50701? They both show to be for the same vehicle applications for the same amount of lift.
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IMS59-50705 has comfort valving. but both are for 0-2.5" lift.
But accdg to this, it's 0-3" lift:
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