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    Jato height

    I bought my jato off of eBay with it all ready lowered, I recently got another jato and have no idea how to lower it. I've look it up on YouTube, and the only video I found said to cut the shaft part of your shocks. This doesn't seem like the right thing to do, if it is, then so be it, otherwise I need some expert help. On how to performs this task. Thanks,

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    Put pieces of fuel tube on the shaft inside the shock body. Just make sure they are even.
    Keep the shiny side up!

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    At first I didn't understand, but I watched that video and read all the comments and started to understand alittle better. Do you think there's is anyway you can make a video of how to do it and put it on YouTube or send it to me? If not, can you give me a more descriptive view on this, or send me to another website or person that has this down to a science. Sorry for the bother.
    Last edited by Jato has ballz; 12-29-2011 at 02:43 AM.

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    if i remember right back when i had my first jato. i fliped my a-arms an that lower it way down....

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    Take the shock shaft out of the shock , put fuel tube on shaft and then re install shaft in shock body. The fuel tube will keep more shaft inside the shock body. I will take pics later if you still don't understand.
    Keep the shiny side up!

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    I'm getting the jist of it, but pictures would be amazing. Plus, what do you think about what Chris said? Still want the pictures anyhow.

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    The purple is inside the shock body. you get the idea ?
    Keep the shiny side up!

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    Yea that makes sense, thanks, are you doing that to your truck? An how are you posting your pictures? I had a hard time putting some up and I finally used photo bucket. From the looks of it, it seems your did not.

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    I just took a pic of some junk shocks for an example. I have done this before but not doing it now. And the pic is from my cell phone.
    Keep the shiny side up!

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    Yea but how do you post it, it puts up this thing with a URL.

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    You need the app. I think its taptalk. And it just works , not sure how. Pretty easy. From my computer I need to use photobucket.
    Keep the shiny side up!

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    I used the photo bucket, on my computer but it lest a link. The linked worked but 9 times out of 10,people will not open it. Im going to buy a itunes card to get tap talk.

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