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      11-12-2018, 09:33 PM   #23
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keep in mind that hotchkis even on the softest setting should still be stiffer than H&R, so unless you are actually tracking it may be too much on the street
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      11-14-2018, 11:26 PM   #24
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i just bought mine and its backordered till december😞 but how would you guys set up the swaybars for square setup? im guessing its stiffer in the front and softest in the rear?
I'll check the recommended setting from the instruction manual when I get home for you, but I think it recommends a middle setting up front and softest setting in the rear as a starting point.
so what spring rates are you running that made the hotchkis too stiff? im planning to go for 550f and 850r.. thx ill try that settings!!
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