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post #1 of 1 (permalink) Old 03-31-2012, 04:20 PM Thread Starter
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CV boot rubbing shock bracket

I am new here and new to rhino's in general, but just bought an 07' 660 and it is what I would call a rolling basket case. The guy I bought it from probably should'nt even be allowed to own a fisher price tool set, but that did'nt stop him from making every "modification" under the sun.

What I am currently strugling with is that the rear, outer CV boots are rubbing against the lower shock bracket's. I have read on every forum out there and seen that this will happen if the rhino is lifted, but mine is not. It has however had the rear spring preload adjusted to max.

Does anyone have any ideas, I am stumped.
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