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Rough country vertex coilovers

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Just checking out the rc website and saw they released their new coilovers for suspension lifted trucks 6-8inchs, theyre getting positive reviews so I wonder if anyone on this forum is running those coilovers?

 

 

https://www.roughcountry.com/gm-vertex-coilovers-689001.html

 

 

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That looks very nice. And I'm sure many people like the fact the reservoir mounted on it. easier install. That said I don't understand why people mount them there. Seams like it is the worst spot when it comes to dirt and debris. 

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I have them set at 7” on my 2017. I personally love them. They’re great on and off road. I keep them set at 4-5 usually. I’m waiting for the extra $$$ to buy the rear shocks and I can imagine it’ll be a world of difference.

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Awesome that’s good to know. I’ll be doing this down the road. Currently have the 2.5” level lift with Bilstein 4600’s. 

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On ‎1‎/‎22‎/‎2019 at 10:46 AM, DylanG said:

I have them set at 7” on my 2017. I personally love them. They’re great on and off road. I keep them set at 4-5 usually. I’m waiting for the extra $$$ to buy the rear shocks and I can imagine it’ll be a world of difference.

I'm considering them on my 17 as well. I currently am running a Fabtech 7" lift with the strut spacer. Ride is good, but I'm sure these would make it much better. What lift you running ?

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On 12/13/2018 at 1:43 PM, arkenzo said:

 

Just checking out the rc website and saw they released their new coilovers for suspension lifted trucks 6-8inchs, theyre getting positive reviews so I wonder if anyone on this forum is running those coilovers?

 

 

https://www.roughcountry.com/gm-vertex-coilovers-689001.html

 

 

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YES. They are well built and ride great

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YES. They are well built and ride great
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Looks good! What suspension lift do you have ?




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RC 7.5 with RC coilovers.  

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I have the rears and they’re pretty sweet. I bought some RC lifted struts about a month before the coil overs came out and was pissed when I found out they had coil overs. May eventually get them if I can stomach replacing the near brand new front struts I have now lol. 

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Wonder how these ride compared to BDS struts. I wonder if you set it at the lowest setting if it will ride nicer than it does with the BDS struts.

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Wonder how these ride compared to BDS struts. I wonder if you set it at the lowest setting if it will ride nicer than it does with the BDS struts.

I believe the bds struts non fox ones are closer to $1500 no?


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2 hours ago, arkenzo said:


I believe the bds struts non fox ones are closer to $1500 no?


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I think they are like $300-400? The coilovers, which are fox, are like $1600.

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