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yeah i always bother to use it, just as long as someone is able to tell what the word is, its all good.
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yeah i always bother to use it, just as long as someone is able to tell what the word is, its all good.
always as in never?
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yeah just like that, i believe i was going to say "almost never", ohh well just one of those typo days,
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i would imagine a flat puck would just slip out, heard about using the pucks for a body lift but not coil boosters.
you'd have to drill a hole in it same diameter as the radius arm stud, something like 1-3/8" about, then it would work. it then works just like any other spacer, smashed between the coil retaining nut and radius arm, obviously.

never use hockey pucks though, they will deteriorate and crack, leading to a safety hazard.

just save your money and buy the right stuff, it could mean someones life.

please don't tell me that you welded the blocks to the spring perches.... i guess its safer that way than other janky ways that cheap mods have been done in the past. but its still not the right thing to do
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yeah i see what your saying now, yeah the boosters for under the boosters are not really that expensive, and yes i did, even though its probably going to mean more flack, i figure it should be safe, still the same principal as the pin sitting in the spring perch with the pin sitting in the steel blocks, but if something happens, i can always take them off with a cutting disc, and i would like thank you for not being a jerk to me, and yeah i see it now, whats done is done though and at least i can admit to my mistakes
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