Wow, some replies, one from a guru and one from a top dog. I am honored! [img]smile.gif[/img]
I just noticed my axle bump stops had about 3" clearance (eyeballing it) I haven't been under the car since I did the install. But I definetily need to do something with it, the shocks are too close to being rammed.
I don't think i want to go the shock extension route, for one what Mike said and another I don't want the weight of the axle hanging on the shocks, not to mention its more of a pain to do.
Defiant, I wonder how much shock travel you have since you got the same springs? I find it hard to understand how your shocks are ok after seeing how close to bottoming out mine are.
I talked to Mike Pung at Airlift
and found out what bags (airlift 1000) would work on my car so I got them ordered. He said there is no problem in actually using the bags to lift the car up an inch or so. He does it on one of his own cars. So with that I will feel better and see what happens.
BTW, Mike Pung is a real nice guy to talk to and seems to be honest to deal with.