about a month... i got it, put it on in like an hour, then 3-4 weeks later, aka thanksgiving day i bled the brakes and aligned it. its a really easy straight forward install. the only trouble i had was which way to run the brakelines. i just ran different ways, over and under the spindle until it looked right at full right or full left steering. i also did not install the brakeline that goes up to the master cylinder because i didnt want to take all the plastic off to get to it.
i got a bunch of seat time in this weekend. i am really suprised how this thing handles now. powersliding it so easy now, without any tippyness at all. the shocks soak up the bumps,rocks, etc. the suspension saved me a couple times. low speed the front is sooo plush when you put on the brakes it nose dives. so i didnt adjust them. then doing 70 mph over whoops its still plush. i am very happy with them and i didnt even adjust them yet
the difference=a whole lotta money. the roll design arms are realllly pricey. i have been to their shop, one of the welders that works for them, i taught how to weld. they make a nice product, but i dont have that much dough.
i talked with i shock and they now have shock covers, and their long travel setup with be coming out in jan. they are also working on triple rate shocks.
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