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Old 16-07-2018, 11:35 AM   #1
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Default Viking coilovers

Was looking at there range for full size fords, just after any feed back.
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Old 18-07-2018, 06:37 PM   #2
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Not sure what info you’re after. Doubt you’ll find much here. I think they’re popular on pro touring cars in the states.
Pretty sure they are made by the people that used to run qa1’s
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Old 18-07-2018, 07:06 PM   #3
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Just looking for feed back from users, good or bad with there shocks in general. I see that McDonald Brothers stock them in Aus, figured that there will be people using them there Plus looking at there site in US, they can do front coil over for my car (57 ford) with compression rebound adjust, plus will be able to set ride height. Also will be doing 4 link rear in future.
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Just looking for feed back from users, good or bad with there shocks in general. I see that McDonald Brothers stock them in Aus, figured that there will be people using them there Plus looking at there site in US, they can do front coil over for my car (57 ford) with compression rebound adjust, plus will be able to set ride height. Also will be doing 4 link rear in future.
Cheers Mark
I have a set in the front of my Camaro I got thru speedtech in the states. Canít give you any feedback as itís not on the road..

Look up lateral g forum. Surely youíll find some info there
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Look up user on here CS123, he used a full set on his Fairlane . They are real nice and work well
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