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Dual steering stabilizers issues

Ok, I've put about 200 miles on my truck since I've had the 4" kit installed. and I had them put a dual steering stabilizer on, and I verified it's installed correctly. Per instructions of skyjacker. I noticed today that the driver side absorber is DENTED on the top! It looks like the Castle nut from the single Above steering stabilizer smashed into under suspension compression. Has anyone else had issues with this? Yes the bump stops are in place.... so the only thing I can come up for a idea fix is remove the driver side absorber and run only 1 on the passenger side and the single above, or remove the above one and run 2 below on the axle. Not sure what to do here.

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Well I called Skyjacker, they said it's common on the 4" kit. You can run all 3 stabilizers on the 6"+ kits. But They said to remove the upper stabilizer and only run the dual kit on the axle. OK. What I planned on anyway...

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