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I was reading a issue of Low Company there is a hydro shop in AZ, Bobby J's. The owner did not want to cut the front shock towers,so Bobby J's installed cylinders up-side down. He used 6" in the front and 8" and the rear and a two pump set up. Has anybody else tryed this method? The cylinders are small compared today standard,but it 's a nice alternative.
 

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that way is kinda silly though, i mean the top shock mount isn't really that strong, I guess it could be reinforced ... I know what kinda setup you talkin about , Me im not crazy about it..
 

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Originally posted by SERIOUSHYDROS@Aug 13 2005, 10:11 AM~3609997
I never did like the idea of regular cylinders installed upside down. Fitting and hoses close to the ground or around moving suspension parts makes me nervous.
ameen brother! :uh: yeah , fuk dat!
 

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Originally posted by egotrip@Aug 12 2005, 07:11 AM~3602965
I was reading a issue of Low Company there is a hydro shop in AZ, Bobby J's. The owner did not want to cut  the front shock towers,so Bobby J's installed  cylinders up-side down. He used 6" in the front and 8" and the rear and a two  pump set up. Has anybody else tryed this method? The cylinders are small compared today standard,but it 's a nice alternative.
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