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  1. i use 1" dom in a 180 loop with 3/4od 1/2 id tube for the shock to bolt to. i have them welded on but this year i switched to bolting the mount on so it can be adjusted. you also wont have to worry about stress cracking the tubes. i believe they are 10 degrees in and 15 degrees back.
  2. hey can you email me a picture of what you used for a upper shock mount on your old chassis, chads wanting to switch it like mine but weve talked about leaving it your way also. do you know what angle your shocks are mounted at up there? both ways? that would be the determining factor, he runs my set up and changes shocks the same as me so we need to get them working in the same range of motion to some point.

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