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I've very satisfied with them for the price point - hoping to get them on this weekend, or else next weekend and start a long term review of them. The quality is great and I like that they don't have a stubby shaft holding the bottom mount (I know likely not an issue ever, but why skimp).

I like to read other people's opinions on products before buying, found a little on these from guys in Australia (been on the market a few years) but that's about it.

Yeah Iím the same. Iíve been watching so many videos and reading articles to see reviews. I didnít think it would be so difficult Suspension Purchase - Now or Wait?


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Yeah Iím the same. Iíve been watching so many videos and reading articles to see reviews. I didnít think it would be so difficult Suspension Purchase - Now or Wait?


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Well I'll be posting a review on here after I get them in - hopefully in the next week or two - need to see about alignments though - Colorado just increased the lockdown levels
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Well I'll be posting a review on here after I get them in - hopefully in the next week or two - need to see about alignments though - Colorado just increased the lockdown levels

Our Stay at Home started at midnight. My friend in Denver just texted me about CO starting tomorrow. Iím actually driving out to Denver for a trip and also will install my parts while Iím there so thatís why Iím trying to decide if Iím buying suspension now or waiting. Let me know when you get them installed. I feel like Iím leaning towards Dobinsons IMS or MRA or a King Stage 2 or 3 kit. Did you also buy UCAs when you got your kit?


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My opinion would wait from the standpoint that retailers are going to have cash-flow issues in the coming weeks and I can only see the cost of goods going down or incentives to buy increasing. That said, if you really want it and don't really care about the savings you might as well get it.

I installed my own suspension... and these days dont really have time to do stuff like that any more. Considering the current state of affairs where I have to isolate at home... I would personally install it myself. I can't think of a better time to start something like that to kill some time and avoid others to do my part.
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Our Stay at Home started at midnight. My friend in Denver just texted me about CO starting tomorrow. Iím actually driving out to Denver for a trip and also will install my parts while Iím there so thatís why Iím trying to decide if Iím buying suspension now or waiting. Let me know when you get them installed. I feel like Iím leaning towards Dobinsons IMS or MRA or a King Stage 2 or 3 kit. Did you also buy UCAs when you got your kit?


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At this time I didn't buy the UCA's, which is a part of where I'm not going over 2.5" without all the front end parts on. I was on the fence with going IMS over the basic Dobinsons set, but ordered when they had the promo throwing in a solid air compressor (about the same specs as the ARB dual for CFM) which swayed me into what looks to be a better product.

I got the coilovers assembled and ready to go last night - hopefully I can get to the actual install this weekend - I'll keep you posted!
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Cash flow issues... It's already starting... Stage 1, just trying to get you in the door.

Getting people to spend as the economy heads into a recession/depression if a fine art / balancing act. I'll wait till they start giving stuff away at 35% to 50% just to keep the doors open.

Don't let the fed fool you tho... this stimulus will only do so much if the situation does not improve. You might actually need that cash in the coming months.

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Right now, there are some other things available at prices that will probably not be seen again and that would be great to sell in 10-20 years...just sayin' .

It is also true that one might need the cash.

If you must spend instead, then consider if you really can do anything at all with a race-inspired suspension in the Midwest. 6112s with maybe Eibach rear is plenty enough. The springs will vary depending on vehicle weight and tires. 650 are really needed here in the West for any serious offroading but 600 make for a PLUSH ride on road. I very much doubt you can use the 650s unless you drive to UT, NM, AZ all the time.
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Right now, there are some other things available at prices that will probably not be seen again and that would be great to sell in 10-20 years...just sayin' .

It is also true that one might need the cash.

If you must spend instead, then consider if you really can do anything at all with a race-inspired suspension in the Midwest. 6112s with maybe Eibach rear is plenty enough. The springs will vary depending on vehicle weight and tires. 650 are really needed here in the West for any serious offroading but 600 make for a PLUSH ride on road. I very much doubt you can use the 650s unless you drive to UT, NM, AZ all the time.

Yeah. Thatís a good point. Hoping to move west in the next couple of years so maybe i donít need to go too crazy right now.


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In that case, it would normally make sense to just buy once, but the 6112/whatever you choose in the rear combo is so cheap that nothing is lost by trying it out. I am very satisfied and I am not slow offroad, nor am I happy with a bad ride on road.
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Cheers. Very tempting but i've always thought i'd need more than 1" higher in the back, especially if i put a rack on with gear. Wish they offered it with 2" coil.
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Once again, I appreciate all of the recommendations and information provided!


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