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polok120
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Mar 9, 1:39am - #120346 
suspension

i just installed my new coilovers and i am getting a cluck noise in the front suspesion every time i go over a bump i thought it might be that my socks are bottoming out but i don't know. i have skunk2 coilovers with the stock shocks. any idae on what that could be wtf

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Mar 9, 11:39am - #120347 
how low did you go? if you went really low then it could be bottoming out 'cuz the stock shox can't handle that kind of load

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Mar 9, 11:42am - #120348 
you might be hitting your bump stops.

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Mar 9, 11:56am - #120349 
well, i installed mine a couple weeks ago and i have some occasional noise from the rear when i go up or down driveways. i rechecked all the bolts and they were all torqued to toyota spec and the coilovers had no signs of improper installation. my brother, who's installed quite a few suspensions and is a mechanical engineer, said it's normal. as long as it's not a constant noise (like hearing it all the time while driving) it should be okay.


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Mar 9, 1:55pm - #120350 
thats the thing though it happens everytime i go over a bumpy road but only in the front. i installed this sunday

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Mar 9, 2:05pm - #120351 
you may have to remove them to be sure EVERYTHING was torqued properly and installed correctly. if installed professionally then bring it back. if you did it yourself then it should be a 30-45 min job if you have the right tools. good luck.


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Mar 9, 8:03pm - #120352 
Originally Posted by polok120

i just installed my new coilovers and i am getting a cluck noise in the front suspesion every time i go over a bump i thought it might be that my socks are bottoming out but i don't know. i have skunk2 coilovers with the stock shocks. any idae on what that could be wtf

Check picture 18,19 and 20.
You did the installation of your front suspention wrong.
Take the upper (Black) plates off and LOOK AT THE PICTURES !18-19!!! LOOK!!!
Reed the post by picture 22.
CLICK HERE!

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