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    Probly a very stupid question, but maybe not, do you guys think/know if the the lift kit will definately make a big difference?
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    On standard its 205 mm lift kit its 255 mm with better articulation
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    Weet jy watter info om voor te vra by diahatsu sodat ek die kompleet "lift kit" kan kry, dalk part nommers ens?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jurgen10 View Post
    Maybe the guys who have fitted the coils and freeflow can confirm the part numbers, Daihatsu Centurion quoted the following:

    Freeflow - Full kit including branches = R4047
    Part number - 82170 BROSPTER And they do not sell the branches seperately.

    Offroad Coils - R513 Each
    Part no : 82170 RR SPR TER
    (But no-one according to their system has stock)

    Noise Boys Silverton - Freeflow exhaust only (50mm)= R1590
    Dink die is wat jy soek Alex
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    Ek sien hy het net coils op, wat van die shocks?
    Thanx vir die info Petrus
    Alex
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    Part numbers for coil springs and freeflow for those that need it:
    1. Coil springs rear - 82170-RRSPR-TER
    2. Coil spring front - 82710-FRSPR_TER
    3. Freeflow - 82710-BROSP-TER

    This is how it was stated on my invoice from Daihatsu. Hope this helps.

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    Shocks?
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    I did not replace rear shocks. Purpose of my lift kit was mostly to have the trailer more horizontal when hooked up. Will only replace with longer stretching shocks when due for replacement.

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    Did you still get your 52mm lift?
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    4x4bedinges, whats your view on this, do you think it is neccessary to replace shocks as well?
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    Alex I will do the shock for the fact that it has better articulation with the longer shocks , The standard shock does not extend as far as the coils can go.

    I will do the full kit It works the same as any other off road suspension.

    But if I understand adalwolf correctly he did the kit just for lifting the trailer and not off roading that much.
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    Yip, thats how i understand it as well, yes, i thought of that as well Petrus, BUT, i have heard of a few drivers that just did the coils, no shocks....thats why i asked, still new to the lift game, for what type of shocks do i ask for?wont they need a length of size or something?i heard Procom is a good choice.
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    I think Daihatsu has the shocks also (I'm not 100% sure) I haven't found the tipe of shock still has to have a look at that wish I could go the old man emu route on the tossie like my Defender
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    I got about 35mm of lift plus new tyres gave me about 10mm extra lift - total 45mm. All I wanted was to level trailer behind Terios. I am not doing heavy 4x4'ing but lift will help on some two track roads with high 'middel mannetjies'. Overall I think a big improvement for general all terrain use.
    Last edited by adalwolf; 2012/11/26 at 08:42 PM.

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    Bedinges, do you own a Defender as well, or is it the ex?
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    Pro Comp ES 9000's is what you would need.....it will mean a harder ride if fitted in conjunction with new coils when empty but once you have loaded the Terios and you start doing some offroad...I mean real offroad, you will be very glad you did fit the shocks. Remember that the lack of low range means that sometimes you are forced to use momentum to clear obstacles i.e. hidden twisters in deep soft sand, twisters when doing some mountaineous terrain etc.

    my 2c worth


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    Just sold my defender Alex

    Only have the tossie now
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    Thanks for that info Paul
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    Thanx a lot Paul....
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    Sopas gelees dat die Procomp ES9000 shocks verskriklik hard is, dat party mense se dit is onplesierig om te bestuur...begin nou wonder...mmmmm
    Alex
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