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Old 07-17-2015, 06:02 PM
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qstorm777
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Originally Posted by Barillms View Post
To measure droop, you just put the truck onto a stand with the suspension fully extended. It helps to do this with the wheels off. Then you simply measure from shock mount to shock mount center to center.

The droop screws limit the suspension's down travel. So, thread the screws all the way in... Then back each screw out about 4 full 360 degree turns. Count the turns carefully. Once all 4 screws are backed out evenly, then measure the distance between the upper & lower shock mounts. Front should be 105mm. Rear should be 120mm
Right. But he says his droop screws aren't touching the chassis so I'm wondering if they touch without the springs attached. Second, I was wondering if for some reason his shocks weren't long enough to obtain the proper length.
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