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Old 03-01-2004, 05:20 PM
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Do the Associated springs fit the SD without modifications (retainers, shock ends..) and do they have the same length?

Is there any particular reason why people use Asso springs with their SD, besides of the fact that you have a larger variety of spring rates to choose from?

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You can also get the AE shock cups and use a ball end on the shock shaft and screw the ball into the arm, or get the RS spring cups. I'm using the AE springs when running carpet because they come in heavier rates. If you want to use the RS springs on the CGM you just need the RS spring cups since the springs are longer
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Originally posted by IH
Thanks for your answer Randman!

Have you ever tried to use Rayspeed springs with the CGM?Does it work?

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I dont run any Rayspeed springs, Jason E. does run them and is doing very well with them.
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Randman, are you going to So Cal Tuesday. I am going to charge my packs tonight so I can go strait from work. I was just trying out the chages in front of my house and it feels like a totally different car. I really am loooking forward to seeing how it works on the track.
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If anyone is intersterested, here is a excel file I did combining all of the manufactures.
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I havent decided if I'll make it just yet, PM me around 9-10 and I should know...
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Randman is it this part # ZS-010RTB Yokomo MR-4TC Rear Dogbone for Low-Friction Universals
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or is it.. ZS-010FH Yokomo Harden Front Universal Driveshafts for MR-4TC
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I dont have the part # with me anymore, but I know the part # ends in FH for front, and RH for rear, so propably the second one you sent.
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Wow you paid 40$ for those badboys are they aluminum, and is there any benefits with them besides strenght?
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They are expensive, but worth it IMO. They are hardened steel, and are very hard to break. They are also smoother than the stock universals.
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I've slightly bent my hardened universal before but have never seen anyone actually break them. I've been able to straighten them out with no problems though. They're worth the $40
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Originally posted by tcmerf
If anyone is intersterested, here is a excel file I did combining all of the manufactures.
just wondering,
i have some some of the assoc springs,and the labels aren't the same as your listing.You are consistently off by 0.3-0.5lbf's ..i was wondering if it's really consistent that it can be used for comparison??
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I am fairly sure these are the ones that Steve from Speedtech posted a while back. I believe they were all measured with the same method but i am not sure.
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Originally posted by Randman
I dont have the part # with me anymore, but I know the part # ends in FH for front, and RH for rear, so propably the second one you sent.
regarding the hardened Universals,do i just use the dogbones or do i use the axles+dogbones?Cos i was thinking of getting just the dogbones if possible(to save)
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Originally posted by lee82gx
regarding the hardened Universals,do i just use the dogbones or do i use the axles+dogbones?Cos i was thinking of getting just the dogbones if possible(to save)
The hardened universals replace the dogbone and axle. You can save money by just replacing the dogbone, but after personally trying all of the dogbone alternatives, I'd say your better off with stock.
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