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Bypass Shocks Modification

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4 Originally, I had hoped to keep everything on this suspension 100-percent bolt on. As my demands increased, so did the need for a few slight fabrication changes. In order to run bypass shocks, the factory bumpstop must be moved. Using the provided Total Chaos guide we cut down the factory stop and used the TC bracket to relocate it to strike the new arms in the appropriate spot. The included instructions TC provides are great, we highly suggest you use them. The other part of this kit that needed a grinder and welder was the frame mounting point of the secondary shock hoops. The tops of the hoops are bolted to the coilover bucket, while the sides need to be welded to the frame as seen here.