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    Quote Originally Posted by tgoss View Post
    Yes, just the lower shock mount should be the only thing needed to replace with a fabbed unit if you're running high clearance long arms.

    If you are running regular arms the coilovers should work just fine with a set of D60 rockstars.
    Ok thank you.


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    Here is a quick photo of EVO's D60 rockstar bracket installed on a prorock 60. Shouldn't have to do anything else to the axles

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    Awesome. Familiar with that process, have them on my 44 now. Thanks for the pictures and the clarification everyone.


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    Hardcore PR 60/60 with 37"s???

    Quote Originally Posted by TrainWreck618 View Post
    Here is a quick photo of EVO's D60 rockstar bracket installed on a prorock 60. Shouldn't have to do anything else to the axles

    IMG_3690.jpg


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    Another question for ya....
    Do you still trim the coil mount/disk on the front 60 axle to fit the front coilovers?
    I had to trim the coil
    mount/disk on my front prorock 44 when I installed them.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sk8convict View Post
    Another question for ya....
    Do you still trim the coil mount/disk on the front 60 axle to fit the front coilovers?
    I had to trim the coil
    mount/disk on my front prorock 44 when I installed them.


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    You shouldn't have to trim the coil mount, it's open on top. I don't have any good pictures on hand, but in my build thread you can kind of see the mounts.


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    Spring perch maybe the correct terminology.


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    The shock mount seems far enough out that it won't hang up on anything, but I guess it is possible you might have to shave a bit off. I haven't installed them yet, but should be getting to that shortly.


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