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Old 12-10-2011, 11:55 AM
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Hey guys, just need some help about my lift here!
Well i got a RC 4" Suspension lift for my 2007 dodge ram 1500. I also got 35" toyo mts. I think only on the passenger side rear shock every time i go over bumps or things in the road it makes a kind of loose sound? I don't know how to explain it exactly but like kind of knocking back and forth type of sound. Anyone know whats going on ? The truck runs fine and shocks work just fine to its just that annoying noise that happens.
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I read somewhere once where it was actually the rear block used in their kit wasn't tightened down correctly. It was the motion of the block causing the noise. I would check that out.
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Thanks for the information! ill check that tonight
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Did you ever discover the issue? My friend did a lift on his Titan and had the same issue/sound. He ignored it and ended up breaking his tranny mount...not good. Let us know what you discovered.
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