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How long should my limit straps be?

How long should my limit straps be?

Limit-Strap Length Limit straps are designed to stretch about 5 to 10 percent of their total lengths. The shocks should never be allowed to “top out” metal-to-metal, so adjust the threaded upper clevis a little on the tight side.

How are UTV limit straps measured?

Measure from center of bolt to center of bolt to determine your strap length. Keep in mind limit straps stretch 1″ per foot of strap. Therefore a 12″ strap becomes a 13″ strap when fully loaded.

What is the point of limit straps?

Limit straps are vital in custom suspension setups helping to prevent damage to suspension and drivetrain components. Without limit straps, the force of your vehicle’s unsprung weight can cause damage to shocks when jumping or at high speeds over rough sections. Limit straps can also prevent damage to your CV joints.

Do I need limit straps on my RZR?

Limiting straps are vital in custom suspension setups that help prevent damage to suspension and drive train components. Without limiting straps, your shocks are the stops at maximum droop. All CV joints have a maximum amount of degree deflection that they can safely be run at with custom suspension setups.

Do you need a limit strap kit for a UTV?

No modifications or welding required. The kit provides you with hardened bolts that are longer than OEM, along with new washers and powder coated spacers for the limit straps. The limit straps are PRP quad layer limit straps, which have been proven over the years with Trophy Trucks and Class 1 buggies.

What are limit straps on a trophy truck?

The limit straps are PRP quad layer limit straps, which have been proven over the years with Trophy Trucks and Class 1 buggies. Limiting straps are vital in custom suspension setups that help prevent damage to suspension and drive train components. Without limiting straps, your shocks are the stops at maximum droop.

How big are the off road strap straps?

Your cart is currently empty. Uneven terrain, jumps, bouncing or launching your off road build can put your shocks under one hell of a load! prevent over extension and topping out of your shocks with TMR Customs quad wrap limit straps. Available in lengths from 8” to 44” with every size in between.

Why do you need limits on suspension straps?

Limiting straps are vital in custom suspension setups that help prevent damage to suspension and drive train components. Without limiting straps, your shocks are the stops at maximum droop. The shock from your vehicle’s un-sprung weight can cause damage to shocks such as when jumping or at high speed over rough sections.