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Stephen Broady's "An Actual Trail Rig" build

smbroady82

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Buggy is looking good for sure. One question though, what is up with the short springs on top? I am sure the shock guru has something up his sleeve....
thank you

all shock and shock accessories were left up to east coast baby shock Jesus

if we need to make any adjustments or fine tune them down the road we can
 

wizzo

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Buggy is looking good for sure. One question though, what is up with the short springs on top? I am sure the shock guru has something up his sleeve....

It's standard set up. Rear has 14/16 b/c its a 14" shock. Front has 12/14 b/c its a 12" shock. Rear is soo light it's using 100/100 springs. Both ends have 1.5" of pre-load currently.
 

smbroady82

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I’m really digging these clips for easy harness removal & cleaning.

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smbroady82

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What’s the details on the soundbar? Looks larger than a wet sounds in the pics.
It is definitely a good bit larger than the WS 10s I've ran in the past.

It is a PowerBass XL 1250. The sound quality is pretty legit. It has a few 3.5" subs built in so it actually has a touch of bass where the WS has next to none.

Little bit cheaper than the WS as well.

Figured I would give it a shot.


For comparison:
 
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