Thread: Mounting Shocks
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Unread 03-31-2014, 12:18 PM   #12
the bat
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Nice update,much better shocks an brackets are cool looking.
It would help you to bolt them on the out side of mounts,that way you would gain a little extra % of shocking control per wheel. As long as they miss the steering arm. The more you get the shock mounts out on axle near kingpins the better they work. I see too many close to center or even mounted back on bones were they don't do there job well becuase there too far from tire that they are trying to control but can't do there job if 2ft+ away
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