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A theme I've noticed in the posts on shackle reversal is nosedive during braking. Just how bad is the nosedive? And does it depend on the stiffness of the springs?


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The nose dive is not major for me. I'd much rather have the smoother ride, better control. I think it has more to do with the shocks. The nose dive is from the shackles rotating and the springs/shocks compressing. I was planning on switching to some sort of adjustable shocks if it nose dived too much. But I don't think it's excessive enough to worry about. The problem is from the factory jeep not nose diving at all. It's just a change. But no more than a normal car.

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