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if you already have your shocks, then you know your maximum measurement.  now you need to get the suspension to drop fully down and see where your maximum shock extension point lines up on the axle tube.  then get your suspension to fully compress and see if you need to add bumpstop length to keep the shock from bottoming out.

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if you already have your shocks, then you know your maximum measurement. now you need to get the suspension to drop fully down and see where your maximum shock extension point lines up on the axle tube. then get your suspension to fully compress and see if you need to add bumpstop length to keep the shock from bottoming out.

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