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  1. #1
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    Best spring setup?

    What's the best setup for maximum ride height?

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    You can stretch out your pushrods till the threads are almost showing on both ends, put the orange springs on the rear and go with about a quarter preload on the front and an eighth in the rear. You'll still have almost all of your articulation for crawling but it will sit nice and high. Use the middle hole on the lower arms and if you need slightly softer suspension, move them to the outside

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    Quote Originally Posted by bad rat 55 View Post
    You can stretch out your pushrods till the threads are almost showing on both ends, put the orange springs on the rear and go with about a quarter preload on the front and an eighth in the rear. You'll still have almost all of your articulation for crawling but it will sit nice and high. Use the middle hole on the lower arms and if you need slightly softer suspension, move them to the outside
    Boom! +1

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    BOOM indeed! Lol

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    Ride height goes down as the tires and foam break in and soften up. There are threads on how to dissemble the stock Canyon-Geode wheels. Replacing the foam in the used canyons makes some great tires.
    PM me for help converting your Summit to brushless

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