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Old 08-10-2014, 11:45 AM   #11
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If you want a truly smooth ride. 5 or more notch. i mean 5 is ok but load it up will bottom out
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Originally Posted by Droop408 View Post
I have Belltech 5in, or 5.5in, I dont know anymore, flip kit but I didnt have my factory shackles so I used the supplied 1in lift shackle. I dont like the look at all but it rides "ok". When I load 4 or more passengers or some moderate stuff in the bed I do feel it bottom out but its no biggie. It's just embarrassing to hear it since kit wasnt cheap. I'm still looking to go lower 1in with factory shackles and if I have to I'll notch it.
See Im on the boat bro, Ive loaded up with five people no biggie, six and I got that damn scrapping sound, and of course I bottom out if I run through speed bumps. Quick question though, I did have my factory shackles on me but I went with the shackles supplied on the kit, acoording to tony those are lift shackles, what would have been the difference if I did the factory ones?
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