For my 90 stock K5 with dual shocks up front... I bought Pro Comp ES3000 all around. Installing the fronts, I can't get them both bolted in because they hit each other at the bottom. I can get the tops in fine, but the bottom of the shocks hit each other. Anyone else run into this problem? I called summit to make sure they gave me the right part number, and they are sure they did. Do I need to put more spacers in? Please advise. And if like it has been recommended before to leave one off to enhance ride quality, which one should I leave on? Should I invert one so one boot is on top and one on the bottom? Thanks in advance.