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  • #31
    I had the same issue, I have bilsteins with the heavy duty dobosin coils 2 inch lift, the front was too harsh, when I went over bumps the shutter was intolerable, since I don't envisage getting a winch I changed the front dobisons to a lighter dobinson spring, and to maintain the same ride height for the front they installed rubbber or neoprene spacers, as soon as I drove out I noticed a big difference, it rode the humps and bumps alot nicer and didn't affect handling. I kept the heavy duty at the back as I have a aux tank and tow a jetski and can load up a little when going on holidays, but even when unladden the rear wasn't an issue with ride comfort. A shout out to Ultimate Suspension at Ingleburn who did the work for me.
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    • #32
      Originally posted by twisted32 View Post

      What specs are you after?
      CFR-90HD Free length 330mm, 816lbs/in
      CFR-90EHD Free length 330mm, 966lbs/in
      Well that is the info I was able to get out of Lovells a few months ago.
      I've had a slight pause in thinking about this, the motivation fell away whilst being constrained by covid restrictions....
      816lbs/in = 14.57/kg/mm, which would place the CFR-90HD at the firmer end of the options - 1kg/mm firmer than the KCFR-34HD!
      OJ - do these figures match the info you have on these springs?
      Last edited by insect_eater; 1 week ago. Reason: fixum a little the grammar
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