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Old December 15th, 2010, 07:39 AM
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RTE 2" coils for a 110

Does anybody have a pair of RTE 2" coils for a Sals 110 rear axle. I would prefer new but slightly used would be OK. Thanks
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Old December 15th, 2010, 10:14 AM
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Do they make they larger 110/130 springs ? Its not the axle that matters- its the spring cups up on the frame and bolted to whatever axle is used. Their website seesm to generically list the same springs as the disco and rangie.
Sent you a pm asking what you are doing with that old frame ?
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The rear springs on the 110's with the sals axle are a larger diameter, about an inch compared to the my D90's. The 110 with the regular axle might be the same as the D90?
The old frame most probably will be up for sale, with the gas tank. I have not finished stripping it yet. I will also have a seat box, double cab Roof, and bulkhead. I could almost make another truck, LOL. I have gotten some inquiries on the frame for buggy works but I am open to offers.
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RTE does not make any 110 rear springs. They would be too stiff anyway. Try a set of Terrafirma rears from Lucky 8.
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The rear springs on the 110's with the sals axle are a larger diameter, about an inch compared to the my D90's. The 110 with the regular axle might be the same as the D90?
The old frame most probably will be up for sale, with the gas tank. I have not finished stripping it yet. I will also have a seat box, double cab Roof, and bulkhead. I could almost make another truck, LOL. I have gotten some inquiries on the frame for buggy works but I am open to offers.

Mike its not just the spring perch on the axle its also the upper one welded to the frame. I want the ones you took off-they were different than stock 110 springs.The OLD Man EMU's 755's are about the only option unless you bring some in from the Uk. I'll bow to Mr McCaig on the frame as he is in need but don't sell that one for a buggy project-it was in very good condition.

With you on the build a truck thing. I have a 110 5 door tub, a half dozen doors, axles, wiring harness's etc.
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Trevor has a very lightly used set of 110 springs they may be 2" but it would be a set of 4
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Thanks Randy I will ask him.

Doug, I thought the truck sat a little higher than stock? The front springs look like factory, they have the factory paint markings? I pulled the RF hub off today. It had a ABS CV in it?
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Yeah-you have a disc brake sals as well. The axles were obviously not early truck axles-plus alloys fit right on. Somebody sold you a really cool double cab.

You don't want those springs. Just throw them into a box for me.

Pretty sure this is whats on your truck all around:

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Military-Land-...item335ceba3a2

Wolf progressive springs-that truck rode very nicely. But again you don't want/like those, just chuck em in a box for me.
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