On or around Tue, 20 Dec 2005 02:35:16 -0000, "seacomm"
<firstname.lastname@example.org> enlightened us thusly:
>I ned some advice
>I have Disco with a broken spring and a leaky shock and I will replace them
>I only use it on road and to tow medium size boats and box trailer
>Is it worth uprating them at the same time, I don't wish to change the ride
>height maybe just firm it up a bit.
>Some idea of price and supplier would be helpful as I don't want to spend
standard dampers are cheap as chips, from Beamends, Paddock, et al.
You can fit 90 HD rear springs to the back of a disco - similar ride height
and I think slightly stiffer, although the disco rear springs are among the
stiffest of the bunch anyway, when you look into it.
other than that, keep it standard = keep it cheap. Standard britpart
springs are cheap as chips an' all. likewise bushes - use the standard
consider that for the cost of hifalutin' gas dampers from OME you get at
least 2 cheap standard ones - you can afford, for example, to replace the
cheapo ones every year, say. Same applies to springs - standard ones cost
so little that unless you're after a major lift or something it ain't worth
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