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PostPosted: Thu Dec 03, 2009 5:42 pm 
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It was, I adjusted them after the picture was taken-there at 1/2 inch toed in on the front-good eye though!!!


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lutrev wrote:
The crazy toe on LF was how you guys rode it on the weekend? And it rode great, imagine it with them set proper now.


LOL-I had to check them to see if they had bent-so I removed the left side tie rod, checked it, then just put it in and took the picture-we did adjust the toe in onsite by eye and as posted it was a totallydifferent machine-


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Oh for the record, there was a posting in a thread wiith regards to the tie rods hitting the frame-I checked both sides on a straight edge and they both were straight-no issues at all.


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Ordered from ATVR FOR THIS PROJECT:
6 pack rack
rear skid
desert bumper with skid plate -::

Also ordered a set of rear FOX AIRS non coilover 980-99-016A from KARTEK INC 199.00 each to be installed with the new rear brackets LUTREV made for me and Turbo-
will take pictures when the stuff arrives-I am hopeful to have all of these installed for the next ride coming up on the 19th or 20th. :-)


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Got the ATVR Rear skid plate-ATVR 6 pack rack and ATVR desert bumper today.I also got the FOX 2.0 air shocks in for the rear suspension but it appears I may have ordered the wrong size-I installed the rear skid, and 6 pack rack tonight-I will take some pictures tomorrow.


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Mudbogger wrote:
Got the ATVR Rear skid plate-ATVR 6 pack rack and ATVR desert bumper today.I also got the FOX 2.0 air shocks in for the rear suspension but it appears I may have ordered the wrong size-I installed the rear skid, and 6 pack rack tonight-I will take some pictures tomorrow.


to long to short???


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Turbotexas wrote:
Mudbogger wrote:
Got the ATVR Rear skid plate-ATVR 6 pack rack and ATVR desert bumper today.I also got the FOX 2.0 air shocks in for the rear suspension but it appears I may have ordered the wrong size-I installed the rear skid, and 6 pack rack tonight-I will take some pictures tomorrow.


to long to short???


to long-


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old shocks I just shipped back to OFFROAD.COM arrived today-so I am hopeful I can receive the correct shocks shortly.


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Mudbogger wrote:
old shocks I just shipped back to OFFROAD.COM arrived today-so I am hopeful I can receive the correct shocks shortly.


I got mine back yesterday and am digging them...


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old shocks I just shipped back to OFFROAD.COM arrived today-so I am hopeful I can receive the correct shocks shortly.


I got mine back yesterday and am digging them...


what are they set at Turbo?


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Mudbogger wrote:
Turbotexas wrote:
Mudbogger wrote:
old shocks I just shipped back to OFFROAD.COM arrived today-so I am hopeful I can receive the correct shocks shortly.


I got mine back yesterday and am digging them...


what are they set at Turbo?

He wouldn't tell me... Just told me to refer ya'll to him, and mention what they went on and my name!!! Or that guy from Texas LOL

I sent him an email thanking him and that was his reply! Makes sence to me! All I know is what was on the tag and it just had 150 psi...


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Shocks are here!!
Installation coming-perhaps this weekend of I can find the time-I can't wait!!


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Installed shocks and brackets today in the Pilot.As usual I forgot my camera, but I may try my Blackberry for a picture or 2 here.I had 1 issue with the supplied rubber stops on the bottom mounts, after I heated them alittle they fit fine, but the cold was a killer on them.The rear mounts and shocks make the ground clearance incredible,it is leaps and bounds from the stock shocks.I'll try to take some pictures with the Blackberry AND POST THEM.


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lutrev wrote:
Ride that mother Mud, then post pics :-) . happy to here they finally sent the shocks you ordered in the first place.


I will for sure.I must say it nice to not worry about scratching the paint,using a old bolt again-etc.
I bought this to ride and I plan on many runs with the boys in PA this year.This Pilot was bought to ride and it will be ridin till it blows, then rebuilt and ridin again!!!
I'll be in the garage hopefully tomorrow for some pictures, I hate it but I forget the dam camera every time I do something-drives me nuts.


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God, I wish ! It has been so dam cold here and work has been preventing me from taking it for a ride. I got my registration for PA so now I can ride legally too!!!


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Installation pictures for the rear shocks and Lutrev mounts. The kit inproved my clearance by 6 inches from the stock shocks.The rear mounts were very simple to install, and I added a inner sleeve in the stock brackets which wasn't included in the kit-thought it would make the kit even better.I used old RANCHO shock sleeves for a ford pickup they fit perfectly and help brace the upper mpiunts to the stock mounts IMO.


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File comment: atvr 6-pack rack, copied this from Mike-will be used for 2 .75 gallon gas cans(thanks Mike for the idea!)
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