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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 12-02-2008, 09:30 PM Thread Starter
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While at Glamis for Thanksgiving, Gramps and I drove an '06 Rhino 686 with LT by Fireball Racing. WHAT A DIFFERENCE!!!
I was scared in the big dunes in our stock suspension Rhino, but the LT made it FUN to go duning!! I don't know the difference in the length or manufacturer of the arms or axels or shocks but the difference from stock is AMAZING!!
By the way, Mark and Rick it was nice to see you guys. You too DJ.
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While at Glamis for Thanksgiving, Gramps and I drove an '06 Rhino 686 with LT by Fireball Racing. WHAT A DIFFERENCE!!!
I was scared in the big dunes in our stock suspension Rhino, but the LT made it FUN to go duning!! I don't know the difference in the length or manufacturer of the arms or axels or shocks but the difference from stock is AMAZING!!
By the way, Mark and Rick it was nice to see you guys. You too DJ.
Nice seeing you to nancy,
the fireball kit is a +6 over kit, meaning it's 12 inches wider than stock and yes it makes it a whole new ride with LT.

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Bilstein shocks?

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yes bilsteins shock are what come with the kit.
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I have the Fireball kit and I must say they have the Bilstiens dialed in!

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you want to buy a back up set? how i drive, i need to set that is stiffer. but for the most part they are a dam nice ride.
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I have the fireball kit with Elkas and it soaks up everything,its a nice kit.
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mike, who did u get your kit from?
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While at Glamis for Thanksgiving, Gramps and I drove an '06 Rhino 686 with LT by Fireball Racing. WHAT A DIFFERENCE!!!
I was scared in the big dunes in our stock suspension Rhino, but the LT made it FUN to go duning!! I don't know the difference in the length or manufacturer of the arms or axels or shocks but the difference from stock is AMAZING!!
By the way, Mark and Rick it was nice to see you guys. You too DJ.
All I can say its about time Proshop. lol j/k John,,,, If you are gonna bomb the dunes like you do Granny you have to get the latest upgrades!!

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From fireball's nor-cal dealer(buddy)can get them for a good price
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