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no tender springs here. i have the lower spring perch's adjusted high enough to keep a fair amount of tension on the springs at full droop.
 

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nope, 8 inchers. 7 inchers would be too short for the front of my b14 with 15" rims and gc c/c plates.
i have about 3/4"(6 threads left)to the very top of the strut. this is with a 13 1/8" ride height.
 

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Can you answer my question about the ride hieght measurement?

We put 7" springs on a GC/AGX combo. When I left the rear was all the way raised and the front was lowered about 6 threads from the top. This was wthout C/C plates.

Does the shortened strut body also lower the spring perch?
 

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by jacen99SE:
Can you answer my question about the ride hieght measurement?

We put 7" springs on a GC/AGX combo. When I left the rear was all the way raised and the front was lowered about 6 threads from the top. This was wthout C/C plates.

Does the shortened strut body also lower the spring perch?
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sorry this took so long, i've been away. yes, this was from the center of the wheel to the fender lip on a b14.
you may be comparing apples to oranges with the gc/agc combo and the moti's.
you'd have to ask [email protected] your last question.
 

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">sorry this took so long, i've been away. </font>
No problem, I just wanted to make sure that got answered sometime.
<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">yes, this was from the center of the wheel to the fender lip on a b14.</font>
OK, I'm going to compare it to the stock measurement
 
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