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Blowing rear shocks in the matter of a couple hundred miles. Please he

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Please help. Have gone through at least 6 pair in the rear and 3-4 in the front. My truck sits 35”3/4 with my torsion keys turned in almost all the way, yet my bump stops only barely touch at the closest corner of the jounce to the arm. I’m loosing my mind and arthritis is going to make to loose...

 

 

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Should be stock. Front with bumps only touching at one corner barely, 35.5-36” keys screwed in with only about a half inch left I’ll take pics, one second gotta drop this trailer and find flat pavement, I live in the Georgia mountains and have a gravel driveway rear sits at I wanna say about the same when shocks not blown

 

 

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What kind of shocks you putting on? A quality shock shouldnt do that..... if your getting a parts store cheapie $20 shock that might be your problem......

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Ranchos 5000s

 

 

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Monroe coil overs, Monroe matics, Monroe oem spectrum.

 

 

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Ranchos 5000s

 

 

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Monroe coil overs, Monroe matics, Monroe oem spectrum.

 

 

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Thats a decent shock. Unless your truck is lifted I would stick with a sport truck shock......

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PM Me 4 shocks 225 shipped and wont have this issue

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