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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 08-09-2008, 05:50 PM Thread Starter
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Mid Travel and WERS

What midtravel arms/axles do you guys recommend with the Walker Evans replacement shocks?


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The LSR MTS Kit works great with the WERS.

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How much travel out of the LSR kit?


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PLENTY.... LOL

To be honest I dont remember the exact number. I want to say 10".

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IShock +3 mid travel you get maximum Turing radius and 12" of travel . Example A

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Yeah... i know the Ishock is a great setup, but ive already got WER's for a good deal


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The Walker Evans Racing shocks will work just fine with the IShock Arms and axles.

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Arent you able to pull more travel out of the Ishock shocks than WERs?


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I believe they are equal . My first rhino I had the WERS and loved them and they are simple to adjust now I have the IShocks and they are just as nice with more adjustability. The Elka Elite shocks will work as well theses 3 shocks all offer 20% more travel than stock or Fox ,Kings. or Bilstines and they have ajustability where others don't, this helps IShock achive there 12" of travel with tere +3 kit

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