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Old 12-07-2010
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ditched the shackles for a reason
Pushed your rear tires into your bed in flight lol
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Dude.......best idea IMO is Tre's setup. Explorer springs, stock 2.5" block, and the RCD 9" eye to eye shackle(aka 3" Chevy drop shackle). Don't forget your pinion shims. After riding in his, holy shiz it rides AWESOME and mines a brick. And his setup is a cheap *** setup to set up too. I can't wait to bolt those Expo's under mine!



Edit: looky there...Tre posted. lol.
Shackles are gay, they push the wheel out of center in the wheel well
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