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This is something we see more often than we would like to admit, even though a warning sheet is sent with every coilover kit. What do we mean about tooling the shock? For many of our coilover kits it will be necessary to remove your factory upper strut mounts from the factory suspension and install them on the coilover.... More
This is a question that we get daily and figured it may be easiest to explain the details in a blog post to answer any questions you may have regarding sponsorships. The short of it is that Raceland doesn’t have a structured, active sponsorship program available. While we don’t have a structured program, that doesn’t mean we don’t make exceptions from time to time. If yo... More
We get this question…A LOT. It’s an understandable question when dealing with aftermarket suspension, especially coilovers. It may help to understand why you might need spacers with the use of coilovers. By design, coilovers are meant to give vehicle owners the ability to alter ride height, most times lower than factory ride height.... More
So, you’ve had your coilovers installed for some time now and you’ve decided that you need to be lower or you’re tired of being the neighborhood’s snow plow and you need to raise your ride height for the winter only to find that your collars are stuck, seized, seemingly welded by mother nature. In this post, we’ll go over what you can do to break those locked colla... More
"When I first got my car it was bone stock, which is exactly what I wanted. I wanted to have a car that I could build exactly the way I wanted and not build it off of someone else's idea. I first started with some springs and an intake and continued from there."... More
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