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Old March 26th, 2008, 05:08 PM
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110 OME rear srings in a d90??

Hi,
I live in Chile, and im having some trouble finding the correct setup for my Defender 90 TD5.
The local ARB dealer has in stock the 767 front springs for my rig but the only rear springs hes got are the 752 that are the light duty rear 110 ones.
Ive done a little research and found that these are a bit longer and stiffer than the 764 (rear medium duty for d90) that I would like.
The spring rate on the 752 (the on in stock here) is 270 lbs/in and on the 764 is 240 lbs/in so is not only longer but harder.
Also the 767 is meant to give 2" of lift in the front, the 764 and 752 between 1,5" to 2".
Would this srping in combination with the 767 in the front make my def look like a hot rod or be too hard?
I usually ride alone in the city and weekend offroad trips with not much cargo.
Thanks a lot!!
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Rear 110 springs are of a larger diameter than the 90 ones and will not fit.
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Old March 26th, 2008, 10:37 PM
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Rear 110 springs are of a larger diameter than the 90 ones and will not fit.
Exelent, then ill be force to ask the ones i really wanted and not buy the ones theve got here.
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