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Coil PPI reccomendations

Bennybooster

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Hey guys, I'm building a race truck. I think I may stick with coils and a bypass up front for now. What PPI would you recommend for coils? Have links? Thanks guys.


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where do you plan on racing and why are you set on coils instead of coilover imo a single coilover will ride better then a coil and bypass up front but if you want to stick with single coil id suggest the camburg race spring made by eibach idk what rate they are but that is what alot of class 7s rangers run up front so they should work ok
 

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Well I am going to run at least one 7sx race so I have to be on coils and smooth bodies. When I build beams I'm Gunna go with coilovers
 

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i see well im no expert but for coil rate i would say somewhere between 150-200 or just get some lift springs for a ranger
 

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I think I know what ones I'm going for
 

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