So I recently found out that the Tundra has 2 different size shocks in the rear. I went to a dealer are ordered some OEM Bilstein Shocks for the rear because mine had blown. I had them installed and as I was driving home I realized the ride was SUPER rough, too rough. So I thought eh, they need to be broken in. So then i take some speed bumps, and... SLAM it felt like I had high centered my truck on a cement curb and the worst sounds came from under my truck. So I rolled under the truck and didn't see anything wrong.
From what I saw it looked like the washer were installed improperly, maybe some of you can clear that up in sec.
Anyways. It turns out they sold me 2 right hand side shocks. Glad I got that taken care of.
Tell me if this is how the shocks should be installed
| - Top Of Shock
O - Nut
----- Mounting Plate/Frame
--- Washer (is it me or does this washer NOT belong?)
| - Shock