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Old July 22nd, 2013, 10:02 PM   #1
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What is everyone running on the front?
I bent another one, not sure what brand these are, they are roughly 2" lift springs. I've bent and broke 2 set of RE SOA springs and will not be buying another set of them. I'm leaning towards old man emu and BDS. Any input?
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Old July 22nd, 2013, 10:21 PM   #2
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I had BDS on mine for 5 years and never had a problem.
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I had BDS on mine for 5 years and never had a problem.
SOA? What size? How did they flex/ride?
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I just weld mine to any size or thickness I need. But I have not done this yet.
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I just weld mine to any size or thickness I need. But I have not done this yet.
Um.. Huh?
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SOA? What size? How did they flex/ride?

SOA, Rode like a lifted Jeep with 37" tires. No it really it had a pretty good ride. Better then then with the wore out stock springs. Flexed good too.
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Dafuck you doin to those springs? I've had my RE SOA springs for almost 5 years, have beat the shit outta them, and never had a problem and i've smoke my drive shaft 3 times with a ladder bar. The springs have never been the problem.
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Time for a shackle reversal?
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Either that or time to link it.
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BDS 2 inch rode very smooth on 35's warranty issue once on rears never any problems on fronts
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