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You guys think I should attempt it?

The jag has new rear shock in it. Both suspensions have been rebuilt (all new bearings and bolts and stuff). ZRT shocks were recharged with nitrogen (They said they didn't need rebuilding when I took them in.

So both suspensions are in good shape is what I am trying to say.
The ZRT suspension sucks for that year as we all know. So I don't know. I am just kickin with with idea as I have the ZRT suspension here.


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In my aspect, I wouldn't bother. Since the ZRT isn't new enough for the ETT, I feel you won't be gaining a whole lot. The ZRT might be set up stiffer, but I'd think that'd be about it. But then if you get bored enough, go for it. We all need something to take up our spare time...[:)]
 

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As a former rider of one of those '96 ZRT rear suspensions......don't do it haha.
 
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