Probz wrote:I wouldnt cop that, its your hard earned money. The easiest way to deal with it is to grab the stock ride heights from the link i posted above and then copy directly from the australian consumer law act the product guarantees and put it in an email and say please rectify this so your product meets the requirements or if not please refund the purchase or ill take further with fair trading. The third party dealer i went through fobbed me off for a fortnight before i did that then miraculously after sending that email at 730pm i got an instant response to rectify the situation
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Measure the ride height, from the middle of the hub to the bottom of the guard.
Then compare your measurments to some of the ones in this thread
looks like the rear is raised, and the front has sagged or was just stock.
Running a bullbar by any chance?
I have a low KM MN with stock suspension and I get
FR - 540
FL - 537
BR - 560
BL - 568
bayonetdummy wrote:I've got a standard alloy nudge bar which I wouldn't think would have that much affect. The front height certainly appears to be stock I was just confused by the fact that the struts also appear to be EFS and was wondering if they'd lifted the whole thing.
Call ken from the ultimate suspension in southern Sydney he will set you up.. with lovels or DobinsonsEnid_Triton wrote:Old thread but still no joy after all these years.
Since day one I have been trying to find a Triton front coil that can handle the weight of a Steel bar, winch & bash plates but keep the suspension geometry close to factory specifications, but I have come to the conclusion that this task is impossible.
I have tried two sets of lifted springs, one at 40mm lift & a 20mm lift and both cause the MN to run on its UCA bump stops & put a sharp angle on the CV's.
Then I took it to a spring works and they said they could give me a set of constant load coils that would only lift the front by 10-15mm with the accessories on the front. This is exactly what I wanted, & I thought I had finally cracked it.
But I have since found out that they just fitted off the shelf catalog MQ springs that brought it down to just above stock standard height but they are not constant load springs and will not handle the weight for too long.
Why is my MN so much different to the others in the front end? Even on standard suspension it sits about 15 to 20 mil higher than anyone else's.
We even tried a mates slightly lifted struts that sit almost perfect on his MN with just an ever so slight angle on the CV's & his doesn't ride on the shortened UCA bump stops either. When we put them on my MN it's like I have a 55mm lift with severe CV angles and the shortened bump stops are jammed hard up against the chassis stop.
So now Im running around with standard height MQ springs that are great at the moment with a little more bounce than I would like but it would seem that you can't have everything, It's so nice to drive but in a few thousand K's the front will have bottomed out & be be sitting on the lower bump rubbers.
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