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I saw this on my indi mechanics website.

What benefits would this give?
I am not a hardcore wheeler so I have no idea what this compliments on the Disco series II.
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Hailsharky said:
http://www.inlandrovers.com/gpage1.html


I saw this on my indi mechanics website.

What benefits would this give?
I am not a hardcore wheeler so I have no idea what this compliments on the Disco series II.
:dunno:
I can see where they would not limit the movement of the trailing arms forward attachment.......but $300.00, I could do alot of other things to the old classic for that.
 

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I cant see any shock absorbing material If they are a straight bolt on item I reckon they could cause stress problems as the mounts arent designed to take shock loadings,also articulation is restricted to movement in the A frame or panhard rod and also the shockers max extension.Looks to be an expensive red herring
 
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