- Oct 28, 2021
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Thanks for setting that straight, I'll get some in there. I guess I'm still not sure why they're needed? The rear springs aren't physically longer, but have a higher k value to achieve lift right? So the shocks should have the same bottom out point as stock, meaning the bumpstop should already be enough to prevent putting curb weight on a shock. Unless they shim the shock to get the extra length and reuse the design.You are wrong, sorry , well unless you want to keep replacing rear shocks, one inch lift , one inch of bumpstop etc
Or I'm way off! I'm not doubting you by any means, just showing my reasoning. Could you explain a little more?