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    #21
    Kung city driving lang, hindi maganda i-match ang gas type sa leaf springs. Matagtag lalo ang kalalabasan ng project (AUVs have ligher body). Better stick with liquid shocks. Lifting properties ang kailangan, that means you should add length na hindi kukulangin at hindi rin sosobra.

    Sa Terrano naman meron nang aftermarket springs/shocks yan. Just be ready with the budget. Parang plug and play. :D

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    #22
    Originally posted by Ungas
    Kung city driving lang, hindi maganda i-match ang gas type sa leaf springs. Matagtag lalo ang kalalabasan ng project (AUVs have ligher body). Better stick with liquid shocks. Lifting properties ang kailangan, that means you should add length na hindi kukulangin at hindi rin sosobra.

    Sa Terrano naman meron nang aftermarket springs/shocks yan. Just be ready with the budget. Parang plug and play. :D

    right now fluid type yun likod ko so dapat change ko ng liquid match ba ito sa sa leaf spring?

    thanks mr president......

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    #23
    Yun pala ibig kong sabihin, fluid type shocks, sorry. May iniisip kasi akong ibang liquid particles nung sinusulat ko kanina.

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    #24
    meron bang fluid type KYB Shocks? so it means better ang fluid kaysa sa gas type on all occassions?

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    #25
    I didn't specifically post that fluid type shocks are better on any given situation. There are some setups that need only fluid types and there other setups that need to use gas type.

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    #26
    if your looking for a softer ride go for fluid shock. but with the bad roads here in the philippines i would recommend you stick to gas shock only if your considering KYB or Tokico. My experience the fluids don't last long dahil sa sama ng mga kalye natin (potholes/butas).

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    #27
    Originally posted by Ungas
    Yun pala ibig kong sabihin, fluid type shocks, sorry. May iniisip kasi akong ibang liquid particles nung sinusulat ko kanina.

    ayun naman pala so di na ko gagastos sa fluid unless short na sya after lifting 1inc. or 1.75inc.

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    #28
    Nope, try mo muna sa OE shocks kung uubra naman makakatipid ka na. Pero nung naglift ako dati sa Tamaraw FX namin dati, yung 1" inch lift tukod na agad yung OE shocks nun. Di ko lang sigurado kung mas mahaba ang play ng OE shocks ng Crosswind models.

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    #29
    Originally posted by Ungas
    Nope, try mo muna sa OE shocks kung uubra naman makakatipid ka na. Pero nung naglift ako dati sa Tamaraw FX namin dati, yung 1" inch lift tukod na agad yung OE shocks nun. Di ko lang sigurado kung mas mahaba ang play ng OE shocks ng Crosswind models.

    sige sir post ko na lang after installation.............thanks a lot sa info.........

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    #30
    xwind oks na ba lifting mo? pix naman

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