Join Date: Apr 2017
Location: NE OR
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I could jack them up to 100psi - would it take enough load off the shock to travel safely?
Thanks in advance for any thoughts on the matter!
As many of you noted, it is just helping the leaf springs and not absolutely critical to be at 100%, especially with my air bags helping out. He also pointed out how much steel is still intact around the mount. He actually said if the shock completely breaks away to just unbolt it from the top mount and toss it so it doesn’t rattle.
My options to fix it are to replace the entire axle or get a good welder to spruce it up. I had been debating the VanCompass lift and it may have made the decision for me as I, too, loathe having those brackets hanging down so low.
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