Originally Posted by Sherpa
Looks like you need longer bumpstops to match your taller springs.
Originally Posted by 6InARowMakesItGo
yes. after all thats what they're for. to stop this from happening. you appear to have no extensions whatsoever.
I think I see bumpstop extensions bolted to the spring pad...which is where they should be for the front....
as for the spring unseating, this is normally caused by springs that have too short an unloaded length, or shocks that are too long.
the amount of unseating there isn't too bad, as long as you have the retaining clamps installed to hold the spring in place. if you want, you can add limiting straps to prevent the shocks from busting under droop.
Just keep in mind an unseated spring is useless for traction & weight distribution. I prefer the spring to be slightly loose but still contacting the spring isolator, or maybe 3/4"-1" unseated at the most.