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    Quote Originally Posted by jtwopark View Post
    Toyo tires at 26psi, the rings in the rear set to aprox 1 1/8Ē and the fronts set to 3/4Ē it rides better but not really satisfied....anyone near Valencia have this kit thatís willing to drive mine and tell me if it is what itís supposed to be?


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    What about the ride are you not satisfied with?


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    40ís on stock axles and tire carrier rated to 37ís. Awesome. What could go wrong.


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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJL View Post
    40ís on stock axles and tire carrier rated to 37ís. Awesome. What could go wrong.


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    I missed the tire carrier piece. Looks like I have some catching up to do.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JL_John View Post
    What about the ride are you not satisfied with?


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    It feels very stiff and springy? Like a Honda Civic with a blown coilover but stiff?


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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJL View Post
    40ís on stock axles and tire carrier rated to 37ís. Awesome. What could go wrong.


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    Well youíll find out soon enough!


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    Quote Originally Posted by jtwopark View Post
    It feels very stiff and springy? Like a Honda Civic with a blown coilover but stiff?


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    Take it to Off Road Evolution, tell them exactly what you want and let them tune the shocks for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JL_John View Post
    Take it to Off Road Evolution, tell them exactly what you want and let them tune the shocks for you.
    Sounds like a plan! Iíll tinker with it a few more days then Iíll resort to that! Donít want to take time away from their rock sliders development!


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    Quote Originally Posted by jtwopark View Post
    It feels very stiff and springy? Like a Honda Civic with a blown coilover but stiff?


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    I had this problem when I put my King bypasses on. They came shipped without a full charge. Pressure was only 60psi or so. Charged them to 150psi and they ride much better. I donít have coil overs but your description of Honda with springs cut is the same way I described mine.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dixonk View Post
    I had this problem when I put my King bypasses on. They came shipped without a full charge. Pressure was only 60psi or so. Charged them to 150psi and they ride much better. I donít have coil overs but your description of Honda with springs cut is the same way I described mine.


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    How do I check this without driving down to Orange County?


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    You need a chambered no-loss pressure gauge/charging manifold. King and Fox make some, Poly Performance makes one. You can also find them on eBay.

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