Peering beneath the generous wheel opening of the Glassworks Unlimited fender reveals the rest of the front-suspension story. A trio of Bilstein dampers controls the 20 inches of front suspension travel. A 2-1/2-inch 9100 coilover supports the vehicle weight and assists with damping duty. The 9100 bypass shock situated aside the coilover is the main suspension control device. Different suspension configurations require different shock-mounting locations. Had this been an I-beam setup, the coilover would mount behind the beam, with the bypass shock in front of the beam. The rule of thumb is that the shock responsible for the main damping duties should be mounted farthest away from the pivot point. In this case, mounting both coilover and bypass at equal distances from the bypass shock allows both the coilover and bypass to have equal stroke lengths. Fabricating mounts is easier, too, since the mounting points are now symmetrical. The look is clean and functional. A Bilstein pneumatic bumpstop controls the last 4 inches of compression travel and prevents metal-to-metal contact and shock damage.