Spohn arms with johny joints or long travel rear

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992dr

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Sorry to hear about the health issues. When I was planning to redo my rear suspension I wasn’t very impressed with Spohn stuff. Not to say it’s bad but just looked like it was thrown together in a way.
I knew what I wanted done and found an awesome local off-road fabricator. Here’s the YouTube video he did while making my rear links. No issues since except on but came loose and I re-tighten it. A much more planted and secure feeling across all surfaces of driving.

Too funny I just watched that video.
He did a great job the end result is incredible. I just wished he used better lighting haha.
 

jeremiahm

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Those are solid, may need to call him! I have all kinds of clunks on my Spohns after two years. Started off tight and nice, over the last 6 months most gained movement.
 

DesertRat

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Sorry to hear about the health issues. When I was planning to redo my rear suspension I wasn’t very impressed with Spohn stuff. Not to say it’s bad but just looked like it was thrown together in a way.
I knew what I wanted done and found an awesome local off-road fabricator. Here’s the YouTube video he did while making my rear links. No issues since except on but came loose and I re-tighten it. A much more planted and secure feeling across all surfaces of driving.

Which rear shocks are you running?
 
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