Fox struts ?

Discussion in 'Suspension and Brakes' started by A_+, Aug 5, 2014.

  1. A_+

    A_+ Active Member

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    I've done a search and read a few other forums regarding fox struts being used on a dropped sn95. It makes sense to me, is anybody running fox struts on their car? I would love to get the blue tokico's but I don't think I can make that kind of investment right now.
     
  2. Ferocious

    Ferocious Legend SN95 Supporter

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    I have fox-length Strange 10 way adjustables with my front coilovers and they work great. They never bottom out at normal height.
     
  3. A_+

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    And they're cheaper than sn95 struts too but maybe I'll buy something cheaper than the tokicos first. I'm trying to chase down a rattle/knocking sound and I already replaced the wheel bearing assembly
     
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    I have KYB struts for a fox on my car now after lowering it this weekend and the front rides great. I still have to change my rear shocks out though.
     
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    Motojoe New Member

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    What's the benefit of fox struts. And do you use fox struts front and rear?
     
  6. Musturd

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    Balljoints or tie rods I would think before dead struts
     
  7. Musturd

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    I run them front and rear because my cars so damn low that way with the shorter body when slammed I'm actually more in the usable valving of the strut . For the average person sn95 shocks and struts work great . For my daily crusing ride heigh I'd be on the bump stops with sn95 stuff . I'm on Coilovers so it's very easy to raise the car up for the track