Rear Shock Mount Problem when Inverted like this ---> /\\ I have had my rear shocks like this ---> /\ for a while now and ever since I built the new bumper/tire carrier combo, I have noticed that my rear tends to pogo and bounce up pretty high whenever I encounter a large dip at relative speed. BorregoK5 can agree on this as he saw me almost lose it at Coral Canyon after hitting a dip, he said the rear tires came off the ground a good 3' on the rebound. I'm currently running Rancho 5012's on the rear. The bottom of the shocks are located as far outward on the axle tube as I could get them before hitting the u-bolts. The upper shock mount/crossmember I made has the shocks being located as far inward as they can be w/o touching. Similar to Depdogs setup basically. I'm basically polling the members of CK5 to see if anyone else has shared similar experiences, and if so, what they did to fix it. I have considered running duals (1 set in front of the axle, 1 set behind the axle) in the same /\ fashion. I'm also wondering if the 5012's are just the wrong shock (wrong valving) for this application. Can we share some setups and experiences to see if this is a trend with this shock scheme? Thanks for any input received.