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Old 02-19-2020, 10:22 PM #61
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rig looks good man. My Bilstein 6112/5160 & T13 setup is lower than that.
really? my 6112/t13 setup looks a bit higher up front (max setting) its hard to tell cause of his wheel/tire setup tho
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really? my 6112/t13 setup looks a bit higher up front (max setting) its hard to tell cause of his wheel/tire setup tho
“Max setting” in your case may mean adding preload but I could be mistaken. You get more lift but I imagine ride quality would suffer. That would explain the difference at a glance.

My 2 cents but I’m no doctor.
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“Max setting” in your case may mean adding preload but I could be mistaken. You get more lift but I imagine ride quality would suffer. That would explain the difference at a glance.

My 2 cents but I’m no doctor.
yea top preload. ride is FANTASTIC. it rides better than my titan with no sway bars, fox 2.5's and uppers. for a fraction of the cost lol. i had my doubts but man its glorious.

i think i'm at a bit over 2" even tho bilstein says 2.5"
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Got on my back and really made sure my eyeball level was on point.

21.25 passenger maybe a little less

21.75 drivers maybe a little more

So, tbh they MAY have settled ever so slightly but I think I was being hyperbolic last night/this morning. In my defense I think you all could understand my frustrations and skepticism.

I’m still pretty skeptical that these are going to hold lift over time. I’ll keep throwing up measurements as the months tick by.
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yea top preload. ride is FANTASTIC. it rides better than my titan with no sway bars, fox 2.5's and uppers. for a fraction of the cost lol. i had my doubts but man its glorious.

i think i'm at a bit over 2" even tho bilstein says 2.5"
I’ll take your word for it. I’m not about to rip this ****er apart again anytime soon haha.

I’m surprised you say that tho. I would figure any pickup with decent suspension would feel better. Suppose it’s subjective. I’m always comparing it to a Cadillac or like a built long travel prerunner. The ability to float over shit without transfering energy to the driver.
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I dont understand how the coils keep sagging. If they build them with the correct materials to the correct specs it should take thousands of miles. If they expect them to sag after install to some degree they sound have a machine to load test and or flex them first. Even the factory springs stay at the same install height. Either you got bad coils from the same build run or you need a different brand.
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I dont understand how the coils keep sagging. If they build them with the correct materials to the correct specs it should take thousands of miles. If they expect them to sag after install to some degree they sound have a machine to load test and or flex them first. Even the factory springs stay at the same install height. Either you got bad coils from the same build run or you need a different brand.
Yeah well welcome to the club buddy. I’m at the mercy of dobisons which are treating this as an inconvenience to themselves. Perhaps their corporate HQ in Aus would like to hear how their USA partner is conducting business.
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I’ll take your word for it. I’m not about to rip this ****er apart again anytime soon haha.

I’m surprised you say that tho. I would figure any pickup with decent suspension would feel better. Suppose it’s subjective. I’m always comparing it to a Cadillac or like a built long travel prerunner. The ability to float over shit without transfering energy to the driver.
yea darn ride quality and its subjectiveness
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Got on my back and really made sure my eyeball level was on point.

21.25 passenger maybe a little less

21.75 drivers maybe a little more

So, tbh they MAY have settled ever so slightly but I think I was being hyperbolic last night/this morning. In my defense I think you all could understand my frustrations and skepticism.

I’m still pretty skeptical that these are going to hold lift over time. I’ll keep throwing up measurements as the months tick by.
I've noticed my OME lift doesn't appear a lifty as she once did, but that could be all of the extra steel that's been added too.

Ive been toying with doing a new lift and had considered Dobinsons but not sure after following this ordeal.
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yea darn ride quality and its subjectiveness
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I've noticed my OME lift doesn't appear a lifty as she once did, but that could be all of the extra steel that's been added too.

Ive been toying with doing a new lift and had considered Dobinsons but not sure after following this ordeal.
Steel will do it.

Yeah idk man. What really bothered me was that they failed to take responsibility for having me throw more money at their lift kit to correct excessive rake. Playing a little mommy daddy games, skirting responsibility, and acting like it's my fault they sold me a shit lift. K so mikey is not apart of dobisons usa. That bit of information escaped me.

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