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Old 01-11-2021, 09:40 PM #16
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Hey Daytonaviolet, I remember seeing you on M3Forums back in the days. I ordered mine through a local vendor in SoCal on 10/22/2020. I am approaching 12 weeks. The status as of this morning was “Kings is having difficulties sourcing components to build the shocks”.

Hey was up .. your name sounds familiar. Yes I installed the fronts this weekend and still waiting for my rears. I may install my icon 2” springs prior to my rear shocks .. they say my rears might be here end of Jan

12 weeks wow .. I’ve been waiting 5mo for my gobi rack :-(




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that's exactly what I need to do with my King reservoirs. They are mounted horizontally now because of KDSS but it causes quite serious tire rubbing agains reservoirs at full lock.

But looking at your picture I'm wondering how you regrease bushings on your Total Chaos UCA? Looks like you need to remove the reservoirs and the mounting brackets every time you do the service?
i used to remove the resevoirs to regrease but i discovered i was able to loosen the UCA bolt without removing the resevoirs. standard offset Box end wrench fits. I loosen the KDSS line bracket and push it out of the way to give more space as well.
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how did the ride height adjustment go? did you have to remove/replace everytime you wanted to adjust? how many threads did you turn / how much lift did you end up with?
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how did the ride height adjustment go? did you have to remove/replace everytime you wanted to adjust? how many threads did you turn / how much lift did you end up with?
i was able to adjust mine on the truck. Used the curved tool King sells. It actually worked loll....unlike Fox coilovers on my previous truck.
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how did the ride height adjustment go? did you have to remove/replace everytime you wanted to adjust? how many threads did you turn / how much lift did you end up with?
i adjusted the height w/ the springs off the body as i swapped 550lb --> 600lbs springs. i also set the allen adjustment facing out so i can adjust the height later if needed. i believe you can adjust while on the truck, just let the A arm hang. i ended up with 6 turns on drivers side (1 turn for my weight) and 5 turns on passenger side.

strangely, with the trd pro bilsteins and CF 2".. my height was 23.75". now with the kings i'm at 23.5". but if stock is 20", am at really 3.5" over stock?


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