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Date Registered: 05-2007
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with pics i want to get them asap.my sister has to download something to the computer to do this.and as soon as i get it i will post it up.il get on her back.i want to post pics up.im not good with computers.your pics look great.my exy felt smooth as well.
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Date Registered: 02-2004
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i just want to say arb st peters done a great job on the lift on my exy.it leaves factory suspension and shocks for dead.il be going offroad after i get my bashplate and my 1000km service on them.go old man emu.



I guess it's probably pointless me asking how the ride quality is compared to the factory suspension setup, seeing as you've mentioned you've not even done 1000kms yet.

A couple of years ago I popped into St Peters ARB enquiring about their recently-developed (at the time) lift kit for the X-Trail. I thought the price was abit high, but considering you're getting springs and shock absorbers, it's probably reasonably priced.

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Date Registered: 05-2007
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between factory and old man emu,a big difference i noticed straight away.alot smoother and a very firm ride.tried over humps and roundabouts. emoticon
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Date Registered: 08-2005
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Hi all,
I have come across this insert for the Exy does anyone know what it is used for. I assume it is to stop the springs from compressing but would this go on a raised set or what?
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Date Registered: 10-2006
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Looks like a spring travel limiter Dave.
Just stops one coil of the spring from compressing.

I suppose it would be good if you were doing a lot of rock crossing so that the springs would not compress too much and reduce the ground clearance to the point of hitting the rocks.

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Date Registered: 08-2005
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Thanks kev that makes sense I was thinking if you carried a load this would help but you would be more on the money I reckon as the site I got it from was about x-trail/crv and the like going over rough terrain

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I guess the tension alone would keep it in place.....interesting to see the "cable ties" ...not sure I'd put a lot of faith in them emoticon



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Date Registered: 09-2006
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Can anyone give me a price to go by for a set of pedders 40mm lifted springs.? just curious to see what others got them for.
Thanks.

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Date Registered: 07-2005
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I got my king springs off an ebay store for $230 for all 4! (aprox 35mm lift)

search ebay for "king springs" to find the store. I think the pedders retail for $180 per pair

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Date Registered: 06-2007
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Matt,

Do you know the name of the Ebay store??

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