Typhon Shock question

RFAC86

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Hi there,

So i already looked the forum for similiar troubleshooting, could find same problems but no solution.

I own a Mojave EXB, and now since a day a Typhon TLR.

I noticed that my mojave's back springs rub against the shockbody, front no rubbing.
Now with the new TLR tuned typhon.....same problem the backspring, anyone got a solution? cant imagine that rubbing againt the threat of the shockbody is ok.

Greetings from Holland!
 

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Welcome,they shouldn't do that unless the shaft is bent,you got a pic????I'd check shock shaft first..there's a nut on top of shaft on inside,sometimes it'll come loose also
 

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Both cars were brand new in box. Both of the rear shocks of Both cars.. so i suppose Shaft is niet bend. But i can make a picture
 

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I had a similar issue. Make sure the shock spring cups are seated correctly on the shock shaft and the springs are seated correctly in the cups. Mine were off just the slightest little bit, and the misalignment wasn't very noticeable.
 
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