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Old 12-06-2009, 03:31 PM
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Anyone have alot of experience with these. I ran them on the rear once and they seemed to hold up well. The reason for having them only on the rear is that they such a ass pain to get over the springs! Is there some easy way to do this? I now have them on the front-just haven't run them yet on all 4 corners. Didnt have any noticeable affect on the spring rate-just need to seat them good on the spring cup. By the way they do have a sewn seam running the full length. This may cause a issue with unraveling in the future. But so far no issues.You can easily get 2 sets of springs covered with 1 kit.
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Old 12-07-2009, 10:29 AM
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Anyone have alot of experience with these. I ran them on the rear once and they seemed to hold up well. The reason for having them only on the rear is that they such a ass pain to get over the springs! Is there some easy way to do this? I now have them on the front-just haven't run them yet on all 4 corners. Didnt have any noticeable affect on the spring rate-just need to seat them good on the spring cup. By the way they do have a sewn seam running the full length. This may cause a issue with unraveling in the future. But so far no issues.You can easily get 2 sets of springs covered with 1 kit.

RC-Skin has a video on youtube but I have a trick to put them on shock socks, I use a key ring, I had to insert inside the tube and insert the spring inside,Less than 20$ for more than 40"long
I have the red and black is nice on my baja and no problemo
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Im sure just like the shock socks you loose some travel because they fold up when compressed, they are nice to have but can change handling.
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