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can anyone tell me where to find a rear lowering kit? this is QJs hubby. thanks
 

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I think Rath Racing might have that. They have a spring kit but the web site doesn't have too specific info. Probable have to call them.

http://www.rathracing.com
 

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HAHAH.Troy why dont you just ask your loving wife ???????LOL..Ill tell ya where to buy them !!! :):):):) Give Daryl a call, or would you like me to?????? hehe..
 

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Actually, talked to them there a Rathracing yesterday and other than revavling your shocks or buying new ones( 800.00 for both front and rear) you cant lower the Pradeator any....This totally sucks! So I guess the Predaotr wont be slammin any time soon......:(
 

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That does kinda suck, I would think a shorter shock and spring would lower it. Is that what they are doing for the 800? I guess you can take out as much travel with the stock shocks, not sure how much that will lower it though.
 

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Yes Razorglare.Thats exactly what they are doing for 800.00......BUT as an experiment, going to take a really good look at the shock set up ,and maybe try and find an old Banshee shock(just an example) it looks like there is some space to play with ,but I wont know for sure until I check it out more throughy.......
 

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Yea, I read where people were taking an old Honda or Kawaskai I think rear lowered shock and getting the ends to match and bolt it on. Would be much cheaper.
 

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Take the shocks, screw the preload adjusters to the top and make a limiting strap so that they don't extend fully and screw things up. You should be able to do this for next to nothing. I have used either old nylon tie downs cut to length or purchased nylon straps at the harnware store. Add a brass eyelet (they have the kits at harware stores or walmart) and your set. just bolt the strap to the shock mounting bolts (you might need longer bolts). I have done this to banshees for years to run flattrack. It works great.
 
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