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Old 03-07-2013, 09:09 AM   #22
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Can you take another picture with the tire turned out so you can get the whole coilover unit in the pic?
yeah, i'll definitely get a picture and video today after i get out of school. thank you for all the suggestions and help!
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Old 03-07-2013, 09:13 AM   #23
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read this it might help. look at post #415


http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/sus...ml#post6350121
what's the main difference between the two?

Edit: oh how the 2 coils are bound up at the top! thats how mine are
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I want to know the outcome of this. Seems like alot of people have the "when goes over speed bump clank" issue. Most cases of this i have noticed are with nitrochargers, i thought it may be the shock reaching full extension to fast, but IIRC 5100s have a longer extended length than the nitros by over an inch, so this might not be the case. Good luck figuring this out, i would definitely like to see a video
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swaybar relocate blocks?
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Can you take another picture with the tire turned out so you can get the whole coilover unit in the pic?
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read this it might help. look at post #415


http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/sus...ml#post6350121

hmm.....

we need more pictures OP. please take a closeup of the top of the coil on the shock as well.
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swaybar relocate blocks?
2nd this. Sway bar hitting the spindle is probably what you hear.
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Old 03-07-2013, 04:21 PM   #28
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well my dad and i looked at the coils, how would it make a difference which way one is facing? that wouldn't make a difference in the way the coil works. my driver side is the "right" way and my passenger side is the "wrong" way and i hear the clunk from both sides so I'm still stumped. I'm going to be taking off the sway bar this weekend or tomorrow and tightening everything again. i'll try and get a video and pics tonight.
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2nd this. Sway bar hitting the spindle is probably what you hear.
I'm hoping thats what i hear!
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Any marks on the coils from the sway bar possibly contacting them?
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Did you install swaybar relocation blocks? If not, try and remove the swaybar completely and drive around.
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Old 03-07-2013, 04:36 PM   #32
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I haven't done the sway bar relocation yet, nor is there marks on the coils.
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OP , did you loosen the LCA cam bolts during your lift install by any chance ?
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2nd this. Sway bar hitting the spindle is probably what you hear.
My swaybar is removed and I get a clunk.
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OP , did you loosen the LCA cam bolts during your lift install by any chance ?
as in the LCA cams to do the alignment? yes, but i got an alignment the day after and one a few days ago to fix it all up. same clunk. :/
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here's some pics of my suspension. probably going to go out and get a video in a little and have it up tonight.
sorry for the sideways pictures
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here's some pics of my suspension. probably going to go out and get a video in a little and have it up tonight.
sorry for the sideways pictures
Hello Ryan
I am by far no expert in this. I have subbed this thread because I am getting ready to install this setup in my front end next weekend. So it is of interest to me.

From looking at you photos and comparing it to the photos referenced earlier in this thread of another post. Could it be possible that you have not tightened the nut down enough? To little compression of the bushings causing a gap when compression of the spring on up travel of your tire. Then on the down travel that gap is quickly decompressing and clanking as if the shock is topping out?

Just a thought.... I don't know.
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here's some pics of my suspension. probably going to go out and get a video in a little and have it up tonight.
sorry for the sideways pictures
Your LR UCA washer ( SPC logo ) looks kinda cocked in between positions , might be the picture angle though
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I want to know the outcome of this. Seems like alot of people have the "when goes over speed bump clank" issue. Most cases of this i have noticed are with nitrochargers, i thought it may be the shock reaching full extension to fast, but IIRC 5100s have a longer extended length than the nitros by over an inch, so this might not be the case. Good luck figuring this out, i would definitely like to see a video
The 5100s are longer than ome's just a little bit. I switched from nitros to 5100s recently for this exact reason. I kept getting the bump clank issue. This is with just the 885. I had 886's before and it was way worse, felt like the nitros would split apart.
885+5100s, no clank and rides much smoother.

To the OP, im curious if you torqued the top hat shock nut all the way? Looks like the coil seat is on the right way.
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Ill definitely try to tighten that top nut down more. I'm open to any suggestion! Thanks for all the help guys.
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