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anyone else notice that there front shocks on there quad shock setup get dented on the bottom, i dont see what there hitting thinking its from flexing the ttb too much? anyone else have this problem? i have a 95 with 6" skyjacker coils, doesch tech shocks, 1" coil spacer ,,, ttb moved 1" forward with superlift extended arms
 

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anyone else notice that there front shocks on there quad shock setup get dented on the bottom, i dont see what there hitting thinking its from flexing the ttb too much? anyone else have this problem? i have a 95 with 6" skyjacker coils, doesch tech shocks, 1" coil spacer ,,, ttb moved 1" forward with superlift extended arms
I have the same set up I belive I was looking at them yesterday and noticed that the ones on the rear side of the tire towards the door have small ding in them. no idea y maybe from rocks being thrown at them or maybe the sleeve when maxed out snags on the lower cover on the way down???
 

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def not from rocks or anything like that.i dont run a frot. sway bar but brackets are still there im wondering if wen flexed maybe they hit those
 

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Front mounted Twin tube aftermarket shocks almost always hit the spring or the frame on lifted TTB. The external tube is just the oil reservoir so a small dent wont affect the performance of the shock.
 

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yea its not badly dented its just that there only a year old amd look like hell,, i was thinking of doing a bikstein 7100 on the front behind the coil and dotching the duel shocks
 
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