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Fox shocks set-up

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Can anyone post a couple of pics of their car set-up with fox shocks?

I have a new 4 seater chenowth.

Im looking for a good comfortable postion for the shocks to begin with then i can adjust as needed.

I have the 2.0 without res. on front and the 2.0 with res. on rear.

The front are 10" travel and rear are 16".

It is a beam car. Im running a vw with turbo in rear.

Any help will be appreciated. :D

The spring tension is kinda self explanatory, its the little ring adjustment thats a ***** to get too that i dont have a clue where to set.
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Post by mawieche »

You might look at the photo galleries. My car is under the heading red manx. The photos are not closeups but you might get an idea.
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Post by Mike330R »

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I can't be of much help as to how these were set-up.


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Post by railcrzy »

Thanks mike,

Do u have a pic of the round adjustment nut that stops the plastic cup that slides up from the bottom? That has 2 allan head screws on it.

The preload an the shocks were a help thanks.
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By the way nice car.
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Post by Power Slacker »

That car looks familiar.

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Post by Mike330R »

Don't think I have the picture you need but all pictures are here:
http://www.sandbros.net/gallery/mikes_rail/
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