Is it bad that my truck can’t touch the ground?

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Is it bad that the front bottom of my fury cannot touch the ground? This is as far as my shocks can go. I can not adjust them any lower. There’s probably about a centimeter of clearance.
 

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Is it bad that the front bottom of my fury cannot touch the ground? This is as far as my shocks can go. I can not adjust them any lower. There’s probably about a centimeter of clearance.
Some people think that chassis slap is required to keep your rig from breaking other parts, like arms or shocks, but I just can’t over the fact that it seems to harm my plastic 3S chassis.
 

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If the chassis does not slap, then the suspension and shocks must absorb 100% of the impact force. If you don't jump, it probably wont be an issue.
 

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Are you using aftermarket shocks?
 

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Yes im using big bore shocks
 

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The ARRMA Fury uses an odd ball shock set up which is buggy size front shocks and short course size rear shocks. The best shock that I have found for the front is Proline Pro-Spec buggy front shocks.
 
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