It can be daunting at 1st but KDSS is nothing to fear. I've got a new Kakadu with the Dobinsons MRR Gear. Can't fault it! (Accept remote reservoir locations are tight)
The ride is amazing, I've done alot of reading on shocks and the way they work. Clearly a Monotube Remote Reservoir is the way to go. More oil less fade to put simply. Thicker sidewalls and bigger bores.
Don't let KDSS scare you. It's the simplest of hydraulic systems. Google kdss and read how it works. It's a automated yet mechanical in operation sway bar. You have to bleed screws under side of car located at passenger front seat. These need to be loosened upon fitment and then car needs to sit on level ground for 15 mins. Tighten bleeds back up done.
The only difference in a KDSS Kakadu suspension kit to a non KDSS is the length of the front springs. One is 5mm longer than the other to compensate for the lean. If you measure your std springs you will find this also.
Dobinsons Dandenong fitted my gear. I believe the MRR kit is 2100 plus 400 fit plus 1000 airbag man raised bags.
Hope this helps.
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