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can anybody tell whats wrong with this picture? these were on my front suspension

 

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The only thing that I see wrong is that the bungee only has one hook :rotfl:
 

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Look closer limey like at the top and bottom of the shock I will bet those don't work too good :rotfl: :rotfl:
 

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those springs are stiff too dave. Remember I built it for tough truck not crawling. I ran the same brand of springs for a few years on my big truck too though......
 

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dod you notice the length difference mike? One was on the driver side and the other was on the passenger side.
 

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no shit. One was in front of the axle, one was behind the axle, one has the top mount higher up the frame than the other and thats why it's longer.

Thats how they are stock and they are both the same amount of travel full extend to full compresion.

Nothing wrong with it.
 

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well that is news to me, I thought they were supposed to be the same length. Guess I need to do some more measuring before I get any new shocks
 

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Yeah definatlty. I have the same length of shocks on both sides but I used both rear mounts from the quad shock set-up so mounting locations are the same height. If you use the rear mounts they are a shorter shock and if you use the front the are longer. So whichever way you go you just need the mounts off of another truck. Try searching here if you cant find them local.

www.projectbronco.com

Mike
 

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thedave said:
dod you notice the length difference mike? One was on the driver side and the other was on the passenger side.

I thought yall did that to get a better rti going forward :rotfl:
 
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