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Old 09-18-2006, 02:26 PM   #51
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And, here’s what the stockers look like.
Actually, the reason for this pic is, remember my problem earlier in the thread with horrible popping coming from the springs?
Well, I had the upper spring cup on upside down.
Just compare the upper picture to this one, and you’ll see where I screwed up, and had to pull everything apart again.
So, dwain, there’s a handy tip for ya!
Double check those upper spring cups for proper orientation!
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Old 09-18-2006, 04:02 PM   #52
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i was not talking about the dust cover, but its the part that holds the dust cover to the stock strut.

but any ways, i guess i can get away with what i did. and just for the record my bumpstops is white and i did install it.

thx though for the pics
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He" Heeeeeeeee" Dat'z Funny! Cause I Have The Same Damed Problem, Now I Know How To Fix The Problem Thanx For Posting This Up.. ROC
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this thread is like 2 years old...lol
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