Project Ridgeline....our new Shop Truck!

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Re: Project Ridgeline....our new Shop Truck!

Postby Brian » Mon Oct 04, 2021 11:51 am

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Re: Project Ridgeline....our new Shop Truck!

Postby Brian » Tue Nov 09, 2021 5:52 pm

Working on SPRINGS!

Stock Ridgeline Front 205 lbs
Stock Ridgeline AWD Rear 340 lbs

Popular aftermarket choice (the only one currently that we know of)
Front 242 lbs
Rear 373 lbs

GWR Prototype
Front 245 lbs
Rear 400 lbs

Same lowering, they call it 2/2, but really more like -1.4 inches front and -1.7 rear.. Our version just a little more rear support for towing and loaded bed and better balance when pushing hard when empty (I drive it like a sports car! ).
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Re: Project Ridgeline....our new Shop Truck!

Postby path914 » Fri Nov 19, 2021 12:50 pm

Excellent!

Great that you have provided the spring rates as this is something that the other vendor has been asked for repeatedly and was either unable or unwilling to state.

Do you still feel as though the oem shocks will be sufficient or are you looking into aftermarket options for the future? :wink:
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Re: Project Ridgeline....our new Shop Truck!

Postby Brian » Fri Nov 19, 2021 12:52 pm

path914 wrote:Excellent!

Great that you have provided the spring rates as this is something that the other vendor has been asked for repeatedly and was either unable or unwilling to state.

Do you still feel as though the oem shocks will be sufficient or are you looking into aftermarket options for the future? :wink:



Yep, I know the other guys won't give any details but we figure that people reasonably want to know the spring rates. These are still well within what the stock shocks will handle, been driving them in mine on stock shocks for a while.
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