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What is causing my front end to ride rougher than it use to?

Dont have front shocks. but seem to be bottoming out on potholes and big road dips. what in my front end suspension might be wrong?

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Springs "never" go bad. Time for new struts. Don't get the cheapest ones!

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Potholes are brutal on vehicles, you have springs for sure even if you don't have shocks and they weekend with time and the road, they are Not that hard to replace if you have a spring compressor removal tool....

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