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Old 08-13-2010, 10:01 PM
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Icon or Pure Performance Coilovers

Does anyone have any feedback on the Icon or Pure Performance coilovers as far as ride quality compared to the regular coil spring and shock setup?

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Old 08-16-2010, 05:17 AM
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Does anyone have any feedback on the Icon or Pure Performance coilovers as far as ride quality compared to the regular coil spring and shock setup?
I think InMotionJosh has the Icons on his truck, you could try pm'ing him to see what he thinks about em. I'm not sure if anyone has the PP ones yet. Have you priced out a set of Kings or something along those lines? That may be a better way to go if you're going to do coilovers... I've never heard anything bad about em....
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Yea I sent him a pm, just waiting on a response back. I'll probably either go with the Icon's or the King's just haven't quite made up my mind yet.
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Yeah, they both seem like they'd have strong points. On one hand the Icon's are more mass produced so you would think they'd have em more dialed in to where they need to be. But on the other hand you could order the King's to be the same or exactly how you want them to ride I would think...
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The icon shocks on the front were custom built for the lift so I'm sure they can get me a set of coilovers built and dialed in too.
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Get in touch with jetjock15 on here regarding King coilovers. He has really good information. Kings are what I'll be going with for the front and then converting to 08-10 leafs in the rear with the PMF conversion brackets.
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