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Posted 7/31/2017 3:27:34 PM
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i have a day off work tomoz v man, ill do my very best to help you out. ill go in the shed tomoz and take some photos and sizes for you, hope they help you out on what your looking for
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Posted 8/1/2017 8:37:22 PM
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hey gez,
Greatly appreciate your help. If I can ever return the favor just ask. vertigo
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Posted 8/2/2017 6:23:56 PM
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hey gez,
Been researching and thinking about how to best calculate the
appropriate shock absorbers/coil over springs, etc. for the front and
rear of my Tumbler and DOJ Batmobile.

For my Tumbler and DOJ Batmobile

Rule one: The finished weight of a Bat Vehicle, my Tumbler and DOJ
Batmobile in particular, is an unknown factor needed to accurately
calculate shock and coil-over spring rates, travel, diameter, and
eight, or so, other variables.

Given, the un-certainty of the final weight I plan to use stand-in
proxy shocks while I build the rest of my Tumbler around them and the
same for my DOJ.

I know from my research that four Tumblers after being finished
required multiple trials with shock and coil-over spring combinations
before they finally got them right.

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Posted 8/2/2017 6:26:20 PM
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hey gez,
Here is some shock absorber and coil-over spring information that might be of some use to you.

Shock Absorbers and Coil-Over Spring Calculations
There are many shock absorbers with coil-over spring plug in
calculators on line. The best I have found, so far, are related to the
Off-Road shock and spring guides.

One of the best is found at:

CRAWLpedia – The Off Road Encyclopedia
www.crawlpedia.com

Twelve Off-Road Shock Guides

Performance off-road racing shocks, like those available from King,
Fox, and Bilstein, are designed to be easily rebuilt and custom tuned.
Our Shock Valving Guide and Shock Tuning Guide explain how shock
valving works and how shims are used to adjust compression and rebound
damping.

Crawlpedia Shock Shootout:
A detailed review of every major brand of performance off-road shocks.

ORI STX Struts Guide:
A complete guide to ORI STX Struts including setup and tuning instructions.

Shock Measurement Guide:
How to properly measure for a new set of shocks, coil-overs, or struts.

Coil-over Install and Setup Guide:
This detailed guide covers how to install and setup a new set of coil-overs.

Coil-over Spring Rate Corrections:
If your coil-over spring rates are off, this guide will show you how
to fix them.

Performance Shock Valving Guide:
A thorough explanation of how shocks and their internal components work.

Performance Shock Tuning Guide:
Detailed instructions on how performance off-road racing shocks are tuned.

Shim Stack Valving Examples:
Seven sample compression and rebound shim stacks from light to firm.

Race Shock Rebuild Instructions:
How to service and rebuild King Off-Road Racing shock absorbers.

Coil-over Spring Rate Calculator:
Find the proper coil-over spring rates for your vehicle with this calculator.

Hydraulic Bump Stop Guide:
Everything you need to know about hydraulic bump stops and jounce shocks.

Shock Oil Volume Calculator:
Estimate the amount of shock oil you need to refill your performance shocks.
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