I'd love to run Fox at some point. Especially with the option to add a remote reservoir with adjustable clickers. I guess I don't fully understand how a longer coil benefits. Lots of conflicting information out there.
My Icon's were rebuilt a year ago and the valving adjusted, but they weren't changed from digressive to progressive. I do like my rear Icon's though. Digressive I know, but they do have a remote reservoir and adjustable clicker on them. It's nice to be able to adjust the ride within a matter of seconds. Firm it up for towing or heavier loads, soften for street driving, and somewhere in the middle for trails.
At this point my truck is mostly on the road. At least until the trails open again and then it'll be on the trails at least every other week.
While 700lbs 14” vs 16” is the same. The benefits of a longer spring is more space between each coil before they are full compressed. When fully compressed you get spring bind which you don’t want.
I got a sequoia I been looking to build. Since I have fox on the tundra. I wanted to try kings so I can compare them. The more I look into it. I think I may go fox again. Customer service isn’t that great with fox vs kings. Besides that. My fox have held up. Rides tits and I’m hoping to retune/rebuild them sometime this hear if I can afford the down time.
I’ll admit they didn’t build them correct with the right lower spring perch. I had to email them saying they make contact with the brake lines and they sent me Tacoma lower perch that seem to fix the issue. I asked if they are gonna fix this issue. They just said they will look into it.
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