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Shortened Bumper Shocks, which side to drill on?

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Probably either, but I did the thick side. Do be cautious: WEAR GOGGLES and gloves and make a little cardboard guard for your drill to keep splatter away from you. I'd also recommend putting in a sheet metal screw or two (metric, of course!) in the hole to keep the modified shock at its new length.

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