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Old 03-22-2012, 10:49 AM   #76
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Will these fit a V6?

Yes we have installed these on several v6 cars without an issue.
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Old 03-22-2012, 10:51 AM   #77
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Are there any pictures from farther away where these adjusters come thru the carpet? I really think my sub box will be in the way..

There are no other options?

You don't have to run the extenders through the carpet. We have found it's easier to drill a 2" hole and use a desk grommet. This way you can access the adjusters by pulling up the carpet on each side when you need to adjust them. Otherwise the carpet sits flush and you'd never know you had coilovers.
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Old 03-22-2012, 10:56 AM   #78
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Mike- stop bumping these to the top and making me want to spend money I don't have
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Old 03-22-2012, 11:02 AM   #79
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Mike- stop bumping these to the top and making me want to spend money I don't have


I just looked into my crystal ball and I see coilovers in your future!
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Old 03-22-2012, 04:58 PM   #80
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I just looked into my crystal ball and I see coilovers in your future!
Haha oh yeah sure. Right there next to the bushings, isolator, ported TB, wheels and supercharger.....

File this one in the "in my dreams" section.
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Old 03-22-2012, 06:42 PM   #81
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Haha oh yeah sure. Right there next to the bushings, isolator, ported TB, wheels and supercharger.....

File this one in the "in my dreams" section.

We just need to find one of those trees that money grows on.
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Old 04-09-2012, 11:34 AM   #82
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I just installed the same set. What did you guys do with the dampners in the trunk? did you just leave them dangling there, or did you do something to secure them down. I used a piece of velcro to keep them from bouncing. just curious.
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Old 04-09-2012, 04:59 PM   #83
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I just installed the same set. What did you guys do with the dampners in the trunk? did you just leave them dangling there, or did you do something to secure them down. I used a piece of velcro to keep them from bouncing. just curious.
We don't use the extenders at all. We drill a 2" hole big enough for your fingers to get to the adjust under the carpet. Simply lift the carpet, make the adjustment and go.
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Bump just because this is a pretty good write up, that I had to find with Google...
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Old 01-14-2014, 02:20 PM   #85
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Can you later use these coilovers for an air suspension?
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Old 04-24-2014, 09:59 AM   #86
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I need to revisit the front passenger side. When first installing, I managed to get the strut bolt off without an impact gun. However I don't think that is going to happen, unless someone has an idea for me to try.

Anyway what is the cheapest aircompressor and impact gun I can get to achieve this. I see so many options at harbor freight.
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Old 04-24-2014, 01:21 PM   #87
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I need to revisit the front passenger side. When first installing, I managed to get the strut bolt off without an impact gun. However I don't think that is going to happen, unless someone has an idea for me to try.

Anyway what is the cheapest aircompressor and impact gun I can get to achieve this. I see so many options at harbor freight.
I have a battery powered impact gun that can do about 95% of the work load that I need it for. Might be an option and yes it worked for my front strut disassembly.

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Old 04-24-2014, 01:31 PM   #88
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If I remember correctly, there is a place for an allen key in the top of the shaft to hold it from turning. Don't know if that will give you enough leverage to get the nut removed or not.

I would like to make a comment on the op, even though I know it is quite old. Just because a company uses a second party to make their products for them, and they also make their own labeled products, doesn't mean they are made to the same specs. Proof is the rear coilover adjuster. The BC one comes straight up and requires a hole in the trunk. The Pedders one comes out the side and is adjusted from under the car. The front coilover clevis mount bracket on the Pedders is wider than the stock one, which is one of the changes that allowed them to run 305s up front. I don't know if the BC one is the same as stock or a different dimension. I have seen a documentary about automotive batteries that said this. Multiple companies sent their own specs to one manufacturer who produced the batteries to those specs. I am willing to bet that is what happens at BC. They produce the coilovers, but to the specs provided by the companies.
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I have a battery powered impact gun that can do about 95% of the work load that I need it for. Might be an option and yes it worked for my front strut disassembly.

good luck
Thanks...my brother gave me the same advice a little while ago.

Will 200lbs of torque and 3000rpm do the job?

Or 350lbs of torque and up to 2100 rpm?

There are the two options I found between homedepot and lowes.
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If I remember correctly, there is a place for an allen key in the top of the shaft to hold it from turning. Don't know if that will give you enough leverage to get the nut removed or not.

I would like to make a comment on the op, even though I know it is quite old. Just because a company uses a second party to make their products for them, and they also make their own labeled products, doesn't mean they are made to the same specs. Proof is the rear coilover adjuster. The BC one comes straight up and requires a hole in the trunk. The Pedders one comes out the side and is adjusted from under the car. The front coilover clevis mount bracket on the Pedders is wider than the stock one, which is one of the changes that allowed them to run 305s up front. I don't know if the BC one is the same as stock or a different dimension. I have seen a documentary about automotive batteries that said this. Multiple companies sent their own specs to one manufacturer who produced the batteries to those specs. I am willing to bet that is what happens at BC. They produce the coilovers, but to the specs provided by the companies.
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12/f 6/r from hard or soft?

Sorry if that's a dumb question, but I've read contradicting information.
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12/f 6/r from hard or soft?

Sorry if that's a dumb question, but I've read contradicting information.
Always gone from soft and I notice the difference and it lines up with the numbers I entered.
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