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Passenger Front Suspension

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This shot shows the passenger-side front suspension fully compressed. We thought this was important to show because the bumpstop is preventing the spring from reaching coil bind. Coil bind is a highly undesirable condition that occurs when a spring is compressed to the point where each of the coil windings touch each other. Spring fatigue or failure typically results. With the arrangement shown here, coil bind is a non-issue. This shot also shows how the Pro Comp kit deals with the included sway-bar end links once disconnected. A simple pin-through arrangement prevents the end links from making noise and/or coming apart on the trail.