- Mar 16, 2011
it could be, but in my opinion its improper spring set up. "durtycam" on ig just finished his and it bucks like a leaf springer. the weird thing is the trucks are bucking BEFORE bottoming out. i also had this exact issue and confirmed the truck wasnt even touching the bumps before creating a bucking scenario. we caulked it up to the crossovers after many many tuning sessions.Roger that. Is it the ibp making all the short course trucks I see buck like broncos? Seems like they have too much damping to my untrained eye..
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i know the "preferred" way to set up a 3.0 is with a huge long main spring and using it to set ride height with the secondary spring slider stops. thats how everyone else is doing it and thats how i tried it at first. As soon as we got rid of the secondaries and set preload/ride height with the top cap and got a slightly heavier top spring to support some weight rather than collapsing all the way at ride height all was good in the world and the rear worked like a dream!
chris did the same in "clifford" with awesome success
both mine and chris truck were similar to yours. shock was 12" forward from axle centerline