How do you know what size straps to get? (Length)
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I think the point is, especially with bigger heavier tires, you wont put the strain on the shock to where it could pull apart. But to me, unless it’s a race rig, it seems unnecessary.Exactly what I'm wondering. Are we not trusting the internals of the shocks? Anyone have stories of the shocks blowing apart of extending all the way?
Id like to know if shock therapy has recommended limit straps? That would carry some weight with me. I havent heard about any shocks coming apart on any side by side. Other than the pictures of the shock mounts ripped off from a high speed impact.Ok, so they’re basically protecting the shock from hyper extension. I get it now. I’ll have to ponder that thought some more, as I don’t leave the ground very often, nor am I running oversized tires. 🤔
This what I've read in other forums and Facebook. If you have taken your sway bars off, you better have straps. I don't do any rock crawling so my sway bars are connected. Think it depends on the trails you ride on. I'm mostly trail riding with some mountain off camber areas that are washed out. By any means, I think that they are a good idea.