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Old 12-25-2013, 04:24 AM   #41
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After looking at the pics and looking at my truck what about sway bar? Do you loose it altogether or relocate?
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Old 12-26-2013, 03:07 PM   #42
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May have to relocate. Most of the trucks I've installed these on didn't have one, but it will definitely be a tight fit in the stock location.
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Talking Coilovers

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Just confirming the coilover mounts will fit a Datsun 720 ute and are for all 4 wheels? Also if price includes only mounts, which brand coilovers did you use in photographs? Are they very difficult to install?
Where abouts are you located and do you ship to Australia? What would be the total price to be delivered to Australia?

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Been building these for a few years now, finally decided to make a thread about them.

Here's a set with a set of my uca's



Here they are all welded/bolted up on a kingcab datsun pickup











$250 shipped for all 4 pieces with hardware.
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$250 is just for the front. The rear is a little more involved. I ship to Australia all the time. Add $80 for shipping. They are pretty easy to install. The lower bolts on, the upper slides over the stock shock tower and welds on.
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$250 is just for the front. The rear is a little more involved. I ship to Australia all the time. Add $80 for shipping. They are pretty easy to install. The lower bolts on, the upper slides over the stock shock tower and welds on.
Ok sweet as I might invest in some Do you make the rear ones as we'll ?
if so how much for a all round set ?
Also what brand Coilovers do you use in it so I can find some a bit easer ?
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QA1 ALN-3855P aluma pro shocks, with 12" springs rated at 450#
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The rear setup is a little more involved.
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The rear setup is a little more involved.
Ok thanks man do you have photos of you doing the rear ?
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The rear setup is a little more involved.
Sorry I don't really know much about the Coilovers but can you use the same Coilovers in the rear ?
And do you know how they will go in a drift comp ?
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Sorry I don't really know much about the Coilovers but can you use the same Coilovers in the rear ?
And do you know how they will go in a drift comp ?
They work very well for drifting as far as I know. Yes, you could use the same ones in the rear.
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yes this is what ive been looking for!!! so how much drop depends on the height of the coil right?
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