Noise from suspension(?) help

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    It is a lot better, and I no longer have the issue with hitting the bump stop. I had the RK correction pads installed, my EVO lift did not come with any correction pads. EVO is the one who told me to buy some.

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    #18 Jan 9, 2020
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    Still looks inward bowed in that pic just like in this pic.
    If RK is not seeing this on their lifts then it has to be the end coil wind on the EVO springs causing this. (These have the Daystar pads that came with the EVO kit)
    Can RK confirm this is not an issue with their springs? If so I will buy a set to put this issue behind.

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    I have Rockrawler 3” with their correction pads front & back & they are straight no issues front & back
     
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    Appreciate your input!
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    #21 Jan 10, 2020
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    @Rock Krawler Suspension
    Are your 3" springs compatible with the King shocks?
    Thank You
     
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    yes they are 2.5' to 5" lift I don't have the front yet but I can't wait these are the 2.0 smoothies with a internal reservoir I love how they work with these springs. I just put 1,100 miles on them to Oklahoma & back. real nice ride. oh sorry I thought you where talking to me I Have King on the rear of mine.
     
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    Do you have the extended and collapsed measurements of your shocks? From that I can validate the fitment but would not be able to speak to the ride quality nor the performance there.
     
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