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Old 03-08-2012, 04:09 PM   #41
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my set up is similar but I had to put my resi this way cause the hose was too short. When its time to rebuild i will get a longer hose or a 90 fitting.
That other bypass resi that was above the tire, how close do you get at full bump?
It's close, but it cycles clean. Without bumps my shocks bottom out before the UCA hits the resi.

Also FWIW, i'm running these bumps with a couple washers instead of factory bumps:

http://www.polyperformance.com/shop/...p-p-25912.html

I started with mine similar to yours but when I cycled the suspension, at full compression/lock the tire was like 1/4" form the resi...too close for me.

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Old 03-08-2012, 04:12 PM   #42
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took a second look at that pic and I think it is the picture angle that makes it look like its above the tire.
correct me if im wrong.
The resi is mounted to the shock hoop.
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after that second look thats what i tought.
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Holy shit guys..... this is fuckin rediculous.... all these "WELL EDUCATED GUESSES" yet no one is right!!! 1st off, the resi is like a foot away from the tire with tires turn all the way in... no way tire is gonna hit resi... have seen tons of truck with them in the rear. 2nd of all the truck WAS so high due to the wrong lower spring plate installed by king, new plate installed and truck sits normal..check build page to see!! JD fab uses a 13 wrap 500lb spring where as TC and others use a 10 600lb or 650lb spring which is why I do not have to preload my spring near as much as everyone else. My coilovers are valved and setup specifically for JD's kit... kit works amazing just waiting on King HYD bumps for front and just ordered link killer F67 kit for the rear... check build page for updates on that too
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kings bruh

and did you cycle the suspension? the tire can be a foot away of course. but then you have your up travel.
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All these "educated guess" are just that, based off pictures & info provided

Mounting the resi. in the rear takes up the room for the Bypass resi. as well as being more prone to rocks/debris thrown up by the tire
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All these "educated guess" are just that, based off pictures & info provided

Mounting the resi. in the rear takes up the room for the Bypass resi. as well as being more prone to rocks/debris thrown up by the tire
please dont put guesses in this thread, only facts.
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Holy shit guys..... this is fuckin rediculous.... all these "WELL EDUCATED GUESSES" yet no one is right!!! 1st off, the resi is like a foot away from the tire with tires turn all the way in... no way tire is gonna hit resi... have seen tons of truck with them in the rear. 2nd of all the truck WAS so high due to the wrong lower spring plate installed by king, new plate installed and truck sits normal..check build page to see!! JD fab uses a 13 wrap 500lb spring where as TC and others use a 10 600lb or 650lb spring which is why I do not have to preload my spring near as much as everyone else. My coilovers are valved and setup specifically for JD's kit... kit works amazing just waiting on King HYD bumps for front and just ordered link killer F67 kit for the rear... check build page for updates on that too
huh? since when do shocks get valved to a kit and not to the truck or terrain?
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huh? since when do shocks get valved to a kit and not to the truck or terrain?
Matt you clearly have no idea what you're talking about.
Even engage sell King shocks specifically valved for their kit.






















I'm of course just being facetious. Valve to the truck...not the kit.
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Either way I'm doing it wrong cuz my valving sucks ass
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Holy shit guys..... this is fuckin rediculous.... all these "WELL EDUCATED GUESSES" yet no one is right!!! 1st off, the resi is like a foot away from the tire with tires turn all the way in... no way tire is gonna hit resi... have seen tons of truck with them in the rear. 2nd of all the truck WAS so high due to the wrong lower spring plate installed by king, new plate installed and truck sits normal..check build page to see!! JD fab uses a 13 wrap 500lb spring where as TC and others use a 10 600lb or 650lb spring which is why I do not have to preload my spring near as much as everyone else. My coilovers are valved and setup specifically for JD's kit... kit works amazing just waiting on King HYD bumps for front and just ordered link killer F67 kit for the rear... check build page for updates on that too

ya ummmm i think im still ganna leave mine in the front
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