I noticed after I put in my springs according to zimmer video. I hear a clunking noise when I hit a bump, like the shocks are lose. Anyone else have that issue or have an inclination of what the noise might be.
Trying to be delicate here...Interesting I tried tightening up the shocks yesterday and I still hear a noise, but now its only coming from one side. On that side (drivers side) ...
...I also did not install the front springs as I like the ride even, as opposed to angled. I am wondering if this is why the noise is happening. You should be able to lower the back without doing the front - correct?...
...the shock's main rod is turning with the lock nut that I am tightening. How do I tighten that up?
I found out what the problem is heheheh is ok Randy...you dont have to be delicate. I dismounted everything and remounted everything, tightening up the bolts correctly fixed up everything. ID10T error on my own fault.Trying to be delicate here...
are you "heft challenged?"
The H&Rs are made as a progressive or rising rate and they go into coil-bind to keep increasing rate as they are compressed.
If they get to solid, they will crash.
I've run the car in all different attitudes, that alone won't cause noises.
The best way I know is to use an air tool to tighten the top, but that shouldn't be your noise if it didn't make one before the switch.