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What is the problem when a loud hard clunk is felt when the front end goes over a speed bump faster than 5mph?

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2008-01-26 05:50:16
2008-01-26 05:50:16

because the shoxs go as far as they can go up and it hits the frame. But will not cause any damage.

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