You can cut down the upper rubber stops. Or drop the front back down about 1/2 inch. They have a tendency to ride rough after turning up the bars.
New shocks take a little while to brake in, when they sit in the warehouse they are put on their sides. when installed up and down it takes a few drives to get the fluid to the bottom of the shock, bouncing the truck up and down a few times after the shocks were installed will help a bit too.
Now this is if you didn't buy the crappy $12 Monroe's or Gabriel's
Last edited by Fordubishi; 12-04-2012 at 11:35 AM.
Thanks for the information, I will try them to see if they work
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