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Front spring isolators question

Ok I just received the front isolators from AM and I'm a hit confused. I had the two donuts looking ones then I have 2 stick looking ones, where do those go? Do I have to like wrap them around the spring? Are the donut ones for the bottom or top?
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The donut is for the top of the spring, and the long tubular looking one should be wrapped around the bottom of the spring. It is basically the same fitment as the stock ones.

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Ahhhhhhhh okay cool appreciate it man
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