November 5th, 2010, 12:22 pm
I been thinking about replacing my coils for a while now, and think the knight stocker stage 2 shocks look up to the task. I was just thinking if these shocks are a good buy, and if they work good or not. I know of a few machines running these shocks pretty hard and the seem to be holding up, but I have no first hand experence with them personaly. (Evolution machine warhog and some other TTC competetors)
(keep in mind there would be going on a rig that is over 8000 pounds)
November 5th, 2010, 07:34 pm
I don't know many people around here with them on there rig. Clay (Evolution Machine) seems to really like them. He's even talked about building a smaller version for smaller trucks. If you don't already know about this website, try www.evolutionmachine.com Clay will give you his opinion on them.
November 7th, 2010, 03:11 pm
Thanks Dave, I was not awhere of that site. Some good info on there thanks again.
November 7th, 2010, 09:27 pm
i was looking at these as well for my truck but have changed my mind, after reading up on them on pirate 4x4 i dont think they are what im after. the guy with the superduty in TTC a few year back was running them and has since changed back to coil overs. he was saying that he has to run really high psi in them to support the truck and this makes them firm. also they dont have a memory so when you hit something they will stay like that till the next obstical.
but ya talk to clay as he would be the best person to talk to as he even made his own set of shocks for a superduty moster truck they built.
November 13th, 2010, 11:51 am
Firm is good if you're going fast.;)