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Well I've got some blocks of wood that are probably 8x8x12 or bigger. I'll probably just get under the pumpkin lift it as high as it will go then shove the blocks under the frame. Then take the wheels off and lower the axle. I think that's what I did when I replaced the leaf springs, but I don't really remember.
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lol thatta boy freddie. I was under the truck when it started to fall, you shoulda seen my fat *** move fast!
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do this- pull the block and do both.
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