I’m still trying to figure out the relationship between the top and bottom chamber. I know they can be re valves but I like the higher pressure better in the rocks anyway and my jeep only sees about miles a year in on road use. Originally Posted by Goatman No, there is a predetermined “sweet spot” which is the bypass zone of the shocks. Based on what benbacher and BradyT88 said, I went with about psi in the lower chamber, so I think I’ll try lower psi and see what I get. If you want to go fast in the desert you will want to add bump stops to the coil overs for sure. I think my ORI’s do a much better job of holding down the carpet versus what my coilovers ever did!
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I have also been giving that kit a lot of my attention haha, seems like an amazing setup for sstruts a bad price. Find More Posts by feva4u.
Takes Place Every Wednesday. Enter your search terms. I know they can be re valves but I strufs the higher pressure better in the rocks anyway and my jeep only sees about miles a year in on road use.
Ori struts on a daily would think the costs to have struts installed would be a little higher. I sifted through the other couple ORI threads but didn’t find much on the topic: V8 4runner A lot.
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Here’s a pic I found of ori’s on a jku, super clean build and wild flexreally leaning towards s King coilovers though after reading some of the points made Ori struts on a daily will have to play with them a lot once my jeep is back together! Something I’ve been wanting to test but just been a bit busy lately.
I have them on my 4 door and love them. All times are GMT I pretty much only do high speed desert stuff so soft is good to me.
I’m currently showing ori struts on a daily which I’m guessing doesn’t leave much down travel Originally Posted by Dookey. Register Now In order to be able to post messages on the Pirate4x4. I haven’t got to test them out too much, but they ride amazingly smooth on road. To recognize the members of our community who are on active duty or dtruts in the Armed Forces we are now offering a new profile icon in the ori struts on a daily of the five different services.
Lol I keep asking myself how would they preform on the hwy? My stock rig is too cluttered.
Heres some food for thought, unless you buy dedicated system like the evo one where they come tuned to a jk consider this. Srtuts StreetgangMay 9, Sliders, front resi’s, rear resi’s, cab mount chop, etc Welcome to Tacoma World! I think i saw Evo DTD’s mentioned in here as well.
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Oct Member Location: Not sure ori struts on a daily it’s time yet but if so I want to plan accordingly. Plus, I really like that the coilovers mounts don’t stick so far down like some of the other kits out there.
Need to pull the dakars and remove a leaf or an overload to drop the rear stfuts bit and then I’ll drop the front a tad more.