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Old 09-25-2006
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yet he had no issues with saging coils. the other jared did and his coils were flipped the otherway.

not sure it even matters tho.
As many times as RCD said it in the directions I would think it would matter. They act like its a big deal the way its in bold and repeated over and over again.

My coils don't sag and my bump stops are no where near bottoming out, but I have only had it on there for a couple months now.
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i know thats what the directions said, i wanted to see if there was a difference there was none so i left it be. regaurd less even if you do install them upside down vs right side up its easy to swap them back and forth ....
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