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  1. #1
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    Question integy shock tower help!!!

    I just got my aluminum integy shock towers for my truck. My question is how do i mount the top of the shock with the spacers and longer screw it comes with?? If you tighten the screw with the spacers they give you the shock bindes and the stock shoulder bolt is too short. So i need help!!!!

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    Sorry but avoid integy garbage. I just broke one of their metal cvd with stock velineon system.

    Get rpm

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    yea im not a big integy fan either..the only thing that has lasted on my slash in the motor heat sink and fan but it is starting to sound like my garbage disposal lately...the strc towers are nice and they are lighter than stock and rpm

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    You need help with Integy aluminum shock towers? Get rid of them. Done
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    We have our belief's in Integy product's but still, help the guy out. Do the spacer's have a narrow end or are they the same thickness around? You can cut the little plastic insert that goes in the tshock cap eyelet and use that to make them tight but still move freely. Possible add a small washer to both side's of the cap to secure it better.
    *Proud Husband of United state's Air Force wife.*

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    Quote Originally Posted by skynex721 View Post
    You need help with Integy aluminum shock towers? Get rid of them. Done
    yep.

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