Spoon Springs Install DIY

  1. 02SilverSiHB

    02SilverSiHB Senior Member

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    I installed springs at my house. The fronts were a pain, but I didn't stick to my instincts and do it like spoon did...I did it the hard way and it took way too long. Their way will be much faster.
     
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    I've been looking for this as well and in the process learned there aren't any helms manuals for the FK8. :(
     
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    shouldn't take too long. It took me like 3 hours the first time around. First side took the most time and second side took ~45mins. Mind you, this is only the first time so should be faster second time around.
     
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    I’m sorry I meant 12 this phone never gave a notification
     
  5. 02SilverSiHB

    02SilverSiHB Senior Member

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    Definitely need spring silencers for spoon. Bought some tein silencers and it worked perfectly...no more spring clap.

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    What does this exactly do?
     
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    02SilverSiHB Senior Member

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    Some of the coils smack against each other causing some noise. It would happen on big bumps like speed bumps.

    This help get rid of that noise
     
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