On Sat, 25 Jun 2005 21:10:46 GMT, Alex <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>On Sat, 25 Jun 2005 14:37:43 +1000, "Samuel"
>>Doesn't sound like anyone here has actually tried it, so i challenge you to
>>do it and give us a first-hand account of the pros and cons. i can't really
>>see it as being all that much of an issue. if you did put parabolics on one
>>end though, make absolutely certain that you put new shocks in that end, as
>>rusty old springs can, to a certian degree, double as shocks. whereas shiny
>>new parabolics have almost no absorbing properties.
>Well no, I havn't tried it with parabolics, but I've got a SII 109"
>which somebody decided to fit mis-matched spring sets to, and the ride
and id do your homework on parabolics as well,
paddocks are selling them dirt cheap, but take a look at tic
engineering ( something like that, im sure someone will correct me and
put the correct web site up for me) They sell a kit and its 2/ 3 times
what paddocks charge,
i spoke to them the other week and they said that there stuff is far
far supperior and cannot be compared to paddocks.
i was gunna go the parra way, but decided coil rides what im after so
coil suspension it is.
not all parabolics do the same!!!!!!!!!!!
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