Isolators...

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by 95KBGT, Oct 2, 2006.

  1. 95KBGT

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    OK im planning on getting 315's for the rear, and i know i have to flip something around. Anyone have any pics or info about this? also i need pics of the isolators. what the hell do they do and can i take them off to go lower?
     
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    If you still have the quadshocks you can flip them around and they will fit. I have MM LCA's so I got rid of my quad shocks.
     
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    hmm i know they are the lower ones right? flip em around? like un bolt and invert?
     
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    when you take off the rear tire you will see them and how they will block those big tires, just turn them upside down and rebolt them
     
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    isolators are just little rubber/urethane/some material like that that goes on the ends of the coil springs. the top's of the spring have a little spiral isolator that goes around the last coil and the bottom is just flat and the bottom coil just sits on it. i got a pic of the bottom one just so you could see what they were, sorry i dont have pics of the isolators themselves..

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    its the little black piece right under the coil spring.
     
  6. blackfang

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    If i recall the top bolt on the quadshosk is an 18mm and the lower one is a 15 or 16.
     
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    hmm thanks :p