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Old 11-05-2014, 02:54 AM
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Post Any ideas on how to get rid of noise on 3" coil spacer?

I have a 2011 Ram 2500 2wd. I have installed a 3" coil spacer in front and 2" add a leaf in the rear. My problem now is that every since the coil spacer has been installed, when I make a turn or hit some bumps its makes a clunking sound in front. I have read that it's not good to stack the OEM rubber isolator on top of it but is there a isolator or polyurethane spacer to squeeze in to stop the noise or did I miss something that I was suppose to install the OEM isolator. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advanced!
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Ya, get rid of the 3" spacer. Anything over 2" is what causes your UCA to contact your shock bucket (which is the clunking sound you're hearing). Either drop down to a 2" spacer or go with lift spindles which are way better than spacers.
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Old 11-05-2014, 12:08 PM
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Also use the search function...this topic has been covered at least a thousand times lol
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