Sounds like its time for rear shocks and struts.
60psi for towing (max psi listed on side of tire). When Id tow a lot, I would leave the air pressure at 60 and the ride would suck when there's no boat in tow. I dont do that anymore :th_crazy:60psi ?? WTF
I doubt he's doing any towing with 3" blocks and no notch.
why not? Ive owned over 30 lowered vehicles and their better or the same as stockFirst off I know that a lowered vehicle is not going to ride the same as stock. That being said, here's my story.
nice!I have an 04 Colorado ZQ8 crew cab 298000km on it.
which isn’t really that low, but a nice startLast spring I lowered it with the belltech balljoints and the 3 inch blocks in the rear.
so only in the rear?Lately the ride quality has been getting worse and worse. Axle slap, tires hitting the wheels and bottoming out all over.
replace rear shocks and front strutsI've never changed any of the suspension components since I've owned the truck, so I'm assuming they're all original.
yes, and since you have never had any problems, nor changed anything else it will most likely cure your problem.So my question is, if I get new shocks and springs will this help my cause?
And you say that three in the rear isn't that low. I couldn't imagine going lower and driving it. For the guys who are lower than three in the back, do you not bottom out all the time?
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my truck had 3 inch block and 3 inch drop springs, i cut a 2 inch notch in the frame and cut off the bed support directly above the pumpkin, and moved the brake line bracket off to the side...even had 'stock' in the rear. would only 'hit/bottom out' on big bumps.I'm 5.5 in the rear with a notch and the right shocks my diff hits my bed maybe once or twice a month if that