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    Evo dtd

    Just looking to see if anyone knows what size front and rear bypasses ... 14”?? Thank you and Merry Christmas...IMG_2129.jpg


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    The DTD should have 12” front and 8” rear. You get the 14” of travel from how the suspension system is designed.


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    So they are shorter then the coil overs? Right? My front coils are 18” and rear are 14” .... thanks for a quick response..


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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    The DTD should have 12” front and 8” rear. You get the 14” of travel from how the suspension system is designed.


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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    The DTD should have 12” front and 8” rear. You get the 14” of travel from how the suspension system is designed.


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    I Just Measured my front and it read 18 inches then I measure the rear in the read 14 inches ......Thank you again for the information just want to order more bypasses


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    Quote Originally Posted by IBSMSHN View Post
    So they are shorter then the coil overs? Right? My front coils are 18” and rear are 14” .... thanks for a quick response..


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    I don’t think you’re measuring right, an 18” coilover would have a total length 36+” i don’t think you could fit that in a Jeep without some serious fab work. A coilovers/bypass shock length is measured by the shaft length when fully extended.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benito View Post
    I don’t think you’re measuring right, an 18” coilover would have a total length 36+” i don’t think you could fit that in a Jeep without some serious fab work. A coilovers/bypass shock length is measured by the shaft length when fully extended.
    This ^^^^^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    This ^^^^^^
    THANK YOU ..... MERRY CHRISTMAS TO AND YOUR FAMILY.... I’ll order what your Original Message said. Thanks!


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    Quote Originally Posted by IBSMSHN View Post
    THANK YOU ..... MERRY CHRISTMAS TO AND YOUR FAMILY.... I’ll order what your Original Message said. Thanks!
    When you call up King, just tell them what you're needing - front and rear bypass shocks for an EVO DTD and they'll get you exactly what you need. My sales rep there is Dane Larsen and he always gets me the right parts.

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    Ok perfect


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