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Old 18-10-17
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Default Suspension advice

Pajero has now clocked up 200,000 on original suspension, apart from rear airbags for towing.

Need some suggestions on a comfortable suspension setup, maybe a 50mm lift.

We tow a 2 ton boat most weekends but the airbags cope well with this, so i assume HD suspension set up is not necessary?

Fwdriving is mainly beach work, but long towing trips with the boat loaded with camping gear is our main adventures.

I will do the install myself as I'm reasonably handy with spanners.

Any suggestions would be really appreciated.

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Iím gonna do the same thing. Advice would be good. Iíve heard/read that the Lovellís HD and Bilstein combo is the go but Iíve also been looking at kings/dobinsons. Whatís everyoneís thoughts?


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http://www.oztecsuspension.com.au/

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Ultimate Suspension for me - very good to deal with, ask a lot of questions as to your usage and tailor a set up to suit. Quick service and supply once you order too. Mine is HD all round which is fantastic fully laden / towing, handles great but it is a tad on the firm side empty (as expected). If installing yourself go for the pre assembled struts - just easier. Not a hard job - me and a mate did both our NP's together in an easy day.

Good luck with the decision.
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Thanks Benny, Ill have a look at ultimate suspension........assume there is a stockist in Adelaide?
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Not to my knowledge - they are in NSW from memory. I dealt with them via phone and email and they sent the gear over.
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