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Old 10-20-2010, 05:27 PM   #1
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Default MP9 shocks fit directly on MP777 SP2?

Anyone know if MP9 shocks directly fits on the MP777 SP2?

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Old 10-20-2010, 05:45 PM   #2
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Anyone know if MP9 shocks directly fits on the MP777 SP2?

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that would be a yes
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You may need the big bore shock mounts if you are running the thicker uni's to keep them from rubbing.
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You may need the big bore shock mounts if you are running the thicker uni's to keep them from rubbing.
good point , the shocks rub just about no matter what with the big bores but you will need the big bore shock mounts for sure

one shock mount option

another option (i think)
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Make sure you get the long rear shocks. Medium length is MP9 specific.
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The TKI has the long rears the SE has the medium rears which match the front on the STRR. I am not sure on the TKI2 threaded rears but assume they are the mediums.
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Make sure you get the long rear shocks. Medium length is MP9 specific.
they are about the right length after you limit your suspension travel
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