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I just wanted to acknowledge an already well known company for their service. This past Saturday I sent my Donahoe coilovers that were on my tacoma back to Donahoe. I needed to have them rebuilt cause of a blown seal and revalved for the Tundra. Well they just called me up today at around lunch and they said that they are sending them back to me cause they are done working on it.:jawdrop: I couldn't believe it. The coilovers only reached them this morning cause I was Tracking the package online. That's quick. So I guess I'll be putting these on my Tundra this weekend. :headbang:
 

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to get them serviced only takes them about 3 hours...it took me longer because i took it in before the weekend.
 

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Wish I could say the same right now... I contacted them about a problem a week ago and didn't hear anything back at all...
 

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zRockstar said:
Wish I could say the same right now... I contacted them about a problem a week ago and didn't hear anything back at all...
youre waiting on their phone call? most of these type of companies dont call back most of the time, real busy people.
 

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JaiRook said:
youre waiting on their phone call? most of these type of companies dont call back most of the time, real busy people.
Well when their tech support contact is web-based, you would at least hope for an e-mail back.
 

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How smooth is the ride with deaver 8 packs on donahoes. I still have to get my leafs to install it completely since I've had my hoes sitting for a long time... :\
 

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What about the spring rate, using the same springs? With the added weight and all of the Tundra you'd really have to crank em up.
 

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zero4 said:
What about the spring rate, using the same springs? With the added weight and all of the Tundra you'd really have to crank em up.
wouldnt the valving be stiffer since the tundra is heavier...? so cranking them would be really stiff
 

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JaiRook said:
wouldnt the valving be stiffer since the tundra is heavier...? so cranking them would be really stiff
Exactly bro....:waytogo: Lucky for me... I know what RE-VALVING means;)
 
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