exhaust hitting shocks

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Tommer

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Southern Ontario, Canada
Hi, Mark. If you installed air ride, I am assuming it's the one that you can adjust for ride height. If I were you, I'd remove the lowering blocks as you will no longer need them. The blocks puts your shocks at a different angle than the stock position. Hope this helps
 

Overdrive

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Fort Myers, fl
With air ride the shocks will more than likely always hit your slip ons. There is no limiter for it to stop above the slip on and it won't hurt the slip on. I would remove the lowering block tho, with the lowering block on the rear tire will hit the fender when you let all the air out. So if your some reason you lose air pressure your going to be stuck because the rear fender will be sitting on the tire. If you remove the lowering block and you lose air pressure you will still be able to ride home.
 

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