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    D2 coil springs

    Hi guys, I am going to change my front and rear coil springs as the existing front springs are way to hard and the rear has the air bags ( they work fine but I want maximum travel and articulation for off road). Has anyone got any views on what springs to use, Im looking at EFS 50 mm lift constant load springs front and back as I have a Xrox bar up front and a draw system, fridge, battery, recovery gear and tools in the back. Any input would be much appreciated.
    Thanks

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    Mate you probably couldnt go wrong with EFS springs. I had them on my D2 for 8yrs , they were perfect.

    I had EFS dampers as well but I wore them out and put a set of Terra Firmas on. Its too long ago to recall the EFS dampers , but they were better than the Terra Firmas.

    unfortunately every suspension shop you go to has the answer for you.

    you may be better off putting your question up in the pinnicales or technical chatter

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    thanks mate , i also had a complete EFS upgrade on my old 4wd, the springs and rear shocks were great but the fronts died within a few years.i will try the other pages



    Quote Originally Posted by ramblingboy42 View Post
    Mate you probably couldnt go wrong with EFS springs. I had them on my D2 for 8yrs , they were perfect.

    I had EFS dampers as well but I wore them out and put a set of Terra Firmas on. Its too long ago to recall the EFS dampers , but they were better than the Terra Firmas.

    unfortunately every suspension shop you go to has the answer for you.

    you may be better off putting your question up in the pinnicales or technical chatter

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    D2 coil springs

    Hi guys, I am going to change my front and rear coil springs as the existing front springs are way to hard and the rear has the air bags ( they work fine but I want maximum travel and articulation for off road). Has anyone got any views on what springs to use, Im looking at EFS 50 mm lift constant load springs front and back as I have a Xrox bar up front and a draw system, fridge, battery, recovery gear and tools in the back. Any input would be much appreciated.
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by tec31 View Post
    Hi guys, I am going to change my front and rear coil springs as the existing front springs are way to hard and the rear has the air bags ( they work fine but I want maximum travel and articulation for off road). Has anyone got any views on what springs to use, Im looking at EFS 50 mm lift constant load springs front and back as I have a Xrox bar up front and a draw system, fridge, battery, recovery gear and tools in the back. Any input would be much appreciated.
    Thanks
    I tried a set of EFS in the front of my D2 couldn’t get them to fit?? Took them back and got a refund, also had EFS dampers and very hard/harsh ride... got rid of them and replaced with original dampers.
    Lots of members have rave about bilstein dampers...

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    What springs and shocks are already in it?
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