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post #1 of 9 Old 01-16-2011, 12:02 PM Thread Starter
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anyone use/have these?

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post #2 of 9 Old 01-16-2011, 02:07 PM
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I do not, but a local guy has them on his DD fox. Haven't heard him complain


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I have them on both of mine (94 & 04). I really like them, and if anything it quieted down the rear end noises. I can't imagine it would be any different on a Fox.
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did u notice any performance gains?

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Honestly no. Both have MM coil overs front and rear, and I wanted the most solid mounting I could get out back. To me it would provide the same benefits in the rear that the bearing in the MM C/C plates provide up front. My reasoning was more along the lines of why wouldn't I?
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I have them, and they didn't really add any more extra noise to my street driven 97. Performance wise, I really couldn't tell you because I added the MM TA and MM Adj. Stabar at the same time. My logic for running them in the first place was the same as 1svtfan's.

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Will really make the shocks and any adjustments you make to them perform better. always better to have the shock working then a bushing. IMO.
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I have yellow SA koni's and the adjustment knob fits on top of the shock...can i still use these and be able to adjust my shocks with that knob?
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nice, another expense...put it on the list lol

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