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Old 07-02-2006, 01:57 AM
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I'm about to put new front suspension under my car. I have a D&D K-member, A-arms, coil overs, Maximum Motor sports CC Plates, and KYB AGX adjustable struts. I think everything should just bolt up but I am not too sure. I know I will have to drill a new hole or two for the CC places since they are the 4 bolt one, but is there anything hidden that I will need to do? I talked to a few people and they said that I would just use my factory bolts and what not, but nothing ever goes like it is suppost to.. Has anyone here every had any issues with installing a D&D front suspension set up?

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With all those parts you shouldn't have any issues, assuming DnD sent you all the parts they were suppose to. I have a Qa1 K member, stock a arms, and DnD coil overs

The only problems I ran into, aside from missing parts and a complete lack of customer service, was the sleeve didn't fit on the stock strut. It wouldn't clear the plate on the top of the valve body part of the stock strut, and after I got the plate off the sleeve didn't go all the way down on the stock mount.

You shouldn't have any of those problems since you were able to get everything at once, just make sure you get it all aligned when your done
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With all those parts you shouldn't have any issues, assuming DnD sent you all the parts they were suppose to. I have a Qa1 K member, stock a arms, and DnD coil overs

The only problems I ran into, aside from missing parts and a complete lack of customer service, was the sleeve didn't fit on the stock strut. It wouldn't clear the plate on the top of the valve body part of the stock strut, and after I got the plate off the sleeve didn't go all the way down on the stock mount.

You shouldn't have any of those problems since you were able to get everything at once, just make sure you get it all aligned when your done
I know what you mean by lack of customer service.. I have been waiting on them to ship me my K-member for over 5 months now and they still didn't ship it out, I just went ahead about bought another one at a performance shop and now I'm fighting with them to refund me my money.. They also didn't ship out the spanner wrenches but I think I can borrow a set from the shop.. Everything else looks like it is there.. If they were anywhere close in TX I would have drove up there and talked to them in person..
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