Originally Posted by Utard
Thats right the hole in the bottom of the bag does not go through into the bag.
No I was talking about the bottom original metal bracket that is on the axle/spring. Make that hole bigger (not anything on the new puck) or oval so you can move the puck around a little. Then use one of those washers that are huge in diameter but with a regular hole in the middle.
I guess I still don't understand the bottoming out? If you keep the minimum 5 psi that they recommend in them it would be impossible to bottom it out unless the bags pop. And its bad to run 0 psi just for that reason. It will damage the bag itself.
I think as soon as I get new shocks/springs for the front I will be getting some of these.
Ahh, I see what you mean. That might actually work, I'll have to take a look.
Re: bottoming out. If you look at the original pic with the spacer and the truck at rest, look at the bag. It's already compressed and there is not much room for it to compress any more when the wheel travels up. That is what I mean by "bottoming out", there is just not any more room for the suspension to give.
I could have removed the spacer and that would have eliminated that problem but then the bag would have been stretched more than it should have with the truck at rest because of the lift and I would have then lost 2 inches of droop.
Because the bag is designed for stock suspension travel range, and even then some say it limits some articulation, it's not possible to get 100% travel when you increase your travel in any way, in my case travel increasing by 1.5 inches.
Hope that makes sense.