MASTERPIECE Grace Suspension 3″ UP TYPE 8+ Best Control Kit for JIMNY
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The optional front and rear correction arm set (GS-S211 95,000 yen) are added to the Grace suspension complete full kit TYPE8 that can lift Jimny JB64W 74W about 3 inches.
Since caster correction has been completed on the arm side, caster bushes in the kit photo are not included.
Please choose the paint color of the arm from blue, red, white, gunmetal, silver, and black.
In addition, replacement work can be done without the press that was required for caster bushing recombination.
Depending on the grade and equipment weight, the lift may be slightly less than 3 inches.
It is a combination of a slightly stiffer coil spring and a slightly stiffer shock than the stock.
coil springs, Monroe samurai shocks,
Color-coated stainless steel mesh long brake hose 6 pieces set
stainless steel adjustable lateral rod,
rear lateral rod-up bracket,
rear propeller shaft spacer,
Rear shock mounting bolt & spacer set,
Front stabilizer relocation spacer,
A set of auto-leveler adjustment brackets.
The cross member under the front propeller shaft interferes with the lift-up, so it is necessary to remove it or add a compatible product (GS-S207).
Features of the coil spring
The left and right coils are designed with different lengths.
In particular, the rear side, where drive torque tends to concentrate, ignores the cost and changes the spring rate on the left and right, so you can feel it during cornering with the accelerator on.
It has been tuned with particular attention to the difference in roll feeling between the left and right.
It is possible to run with a natural roll feeling when running without a stabilizer.
It is designed with an emphasis on front-rear balance.
Front spring rate 2.3kg/mm
The average rear spring rate is 2.2kg/mm.