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Hello. I'm having a lot of clearance problems with my shocks hitting my new YJ springs and u-bolt plates, and I just wondered if it would hurt anything to mount my D-techs upside down to gain more room? Thanks

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dont know up from down on my 9000s, but my adjuster knobs are on the bottom.
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rekon i know now huh???/wwwthreads_images/icons/tongue.gif
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nope, dont have that problem. my brake lines rub some, but my pbrake is stretched out n dont give any problems.
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BillyBob, Actually if your adjuster knobs are on the bottom you have them in right side up. I ran my Rancho 9000's upside down and ALL 4 blew out after less than 2 years. That's another reason I wanted to check and see what you guys thought. Thanks

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