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re: Coil Over installation

"Bruce Bell" <bbell04@ibm.net>
> I have the Todd Candey Kit and while he never mentioned Duct tape It is a
> good idea to put some silicone caulking between the threaded sleeve and the
> strut housing.  I also used the Ultra Blue RTV compound on the adjustable
> perch and hat. to hold things in place. (Mike Tipton gets credit for this
> tip)
> Bruce 
> > >go through the center.  There are no camber plates.  No, i dont send
> > >them my struts, and their instructions are very clear.  Once i talked to them
> > >for five minutes, i knew exactly what they were going for.  You do have 
> > >to wrap the housing in duct tape to grip the adjustor and keep it from 
> > >rotating, but the rest seems very good...
> > 
> > Yikes!  The duct tape is the "bug" I was referring to!
> > I was afraid to the above.  Whenever I hear "duct tape" and suspension
> > kit in the same sentence, I start to worry.  I don't think there is any duct
> > tape in the Todd Candy kit, BTW.  Thanks for the info.

ROFLMAO!  Yeah, for some reason duct tape seems kinda hokey to me too! 
I don't 
know what better options there are out there, but I remember seeing duct
under the threaded perches on a certain turbo 4k that made it into a

I don't know if I would end up using duct tape myself (I might have to),
it just struck me as funny that this came up in conversation.  I
thinking, "hmm...  Is that duct tape under there?"  I didn't ask.

No offense anyone! :-)