SOA KITS Available

Discussion in 'IH Parts America' started by Jeff Ismail, Jan 14, 2007.


  1. ihscoutmatt

    ihscoutmatt High Wheeler

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    Well, I guess it wasnt only me LOL
     
  2. ihscoutmatt

    ihscoutmatt High Wheeler

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    Is the scout in the pics running stock or lift springs?
     
  3. Jeff Ismail

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    They are stock springs with new bushings. Body bushings were new as well but no bodylift.
     
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    jimraelee Farmall Cub

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    registered user and still only seeing red X's....
     
  5. Jeff Ismail

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    Same here. I would suspect its from the recent upgrade. I'll notify a moderator.
     
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    Brandonium Binder Driver

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    I've read that the minimum amount of lift that can be achieved from an SOA is 5 inches. What is the total amount of lift acquired from this SOA package with stock springs? I doubt I would run 35's but I have been tossing around the idea of running 33x10.5 BFG's. The recommendation on running these tires with limited rub is 4" suspension + 1" body so I'm now entertaining the thought of SOA. Excellent work btw. :beer:
     
  7. Jeff Ismail

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    Too many variables(spring pack thickness, arch of springs) to say exactly how much lift you will aceive but typical lift for an SOA is around 6".
     
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    Man I wish we could do christmas all over that sure looks cool.
    How long would it take for you to install one? roughly
    I think I would go with 33"
     

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