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rear shock problem

Does anyone have rear shocks that hit the ground sort of hard when they run over a man hole? Recently put some kyb gr-2 shocks in but it seems a little hard on the ride. Ive got a gti gls 1.8t
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i hit bumps in the road and i feel like my car is going to break apart.. The stiffer you go, the worse it gets..especially with no dampening.


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Those are not adjustable Damping, so are you on stock fronts or stock springs?


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could be the shock mounts or axle beam bushings.

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Those are not adjustable Damping, so are you on stock fronts or stock springs?
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