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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 08-02-2008, 09:47 AM Thread Starter
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Mason LT Kit

Are any of you guys running a Mason Kit (now SDR). What do you guys think of it? I tested out a Mason Kit about a year or two ago but I am not sure if any changes have been made.

How do the Fox Shocks work with the kit? Anybody had any problems with the kit?

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What you planin Mr Mike

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I am not sure yet.... but I will say there is a possibility that I know of a used MTS Kit with Billsteins going up for sale.

I am just looking around right now. I am happy with my ride but I am bored and I like to try new things.

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Come on dude.... XMF all the way buddie!
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Mason is a good choice I think. It was on my list when I chose the SCF over it.



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Come on dude.... XMF all the way buddie!
I sent a PM or two to Bill at XMF about 3 months ago. He didnt seem very eager to sale me a LT Kit. So I moved on....... I have no experience with the XMF Kit but I was willing to take a look at it.

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I sent a PM or two to Bill at XMF about 3 months ago. He didnt seem very eager to sale me a LT Kit. So I moved on....... I have no experience with the XMF Kit but I was willing to take a look at it.
Really? Them guys have been great with me. I am in Yuma so i have to do most of my dial in help over the phone but then send my what ever springs i want to try out and then send the ones i dont want back for nothing. THey also helped me out with getting my front end dialed in. I couldnt be happier... Ima have to send him a shot asking him whats up! My friend has the mason rhino and it rode pretty good just seemed to buck threw the woops more than it should. Might just need some valving not to sure.
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Bucking through the whoops has nothing to do with control arms. The Mason kit is great, IMO one of the best (and original) LT kits out there.

Just keep in mind that the #1 reason on which LT kit to purchase (again, just my opinion) should be customer service & support. All the kits out there are very similiar, it all comes down to who's gonna help you dial it in for your specific ride and stand behind it after it's on.

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Bucking through the whoops has nothing to do with control arms.
I guess that means you choose which parts of my sentence you want to comment on? I never said it had anything to do with the arms, and that it prolly needs some valving work.....
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Just keep in mind that the #1 reason on which LT kit to purchase (again, just my opinion) should be customer service & support. All the kits out there are very similiar, it all comes down to who's gonna help you dial it in for your specific ride and stand behind it after it's on.
i will agree with that though.
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