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Old 11-01-2012, 04:54 PM
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Front of 2013 bottoms out in bed of pickup

2013 max limited front bottoms out in the bed of my pickup on the interstate. Shocks are adjusted to stiffest setting. I need suggestions. I wondered why when I was going down hills I was hitting every damn rock with the skid plate.
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you need a set of spring spacers for the frony. I bought these. Awsome, what a world of differance.
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I assume your talking about the xmr spring spacers?
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If you have a G2 I think you need the Outlander 1000 lift. Get ahold of Rubberdown and ask him. Quality is amazing. You only need 2 for the front and he will sell just 2 if you want.
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Great, thank you.
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the "XMR" spring spacers are for the XMRs with the air shocks I believe.
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Ordered them today, should be here Monday she said, that's good service.
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2013 max limited front bottoms out in the bed of my pickup on the interstate. Shocks are adjusted to stiffest setting. I need suggestions. I wondered why when I was going down hills I was hitting every damn rock with the skid plate.
Could you please elaborate. What do you mean it bottoms out with nobody on it while it in the back of your truck. I dont get it.
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When he goes down the road with it in the bed of his truck and hits a bump the atv will bottom out....thats what I got from it anyways
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that would make me think there is something wrong in the front end. For it to bottom out from a bump in the road. Hell, I am not a big person but still weigh over 150. I can't make mine bottom out by pushing down on the front end. How big are the bumps that is being hit and at what speed?
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