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Yeah... I did NOT need that visual!!!!!! Thanks..... It sounds pretty easy, just not understandding the double shackles thingy
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its like this:
____ ----->rear of truck
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the top line is one shckle and the backslashes are another shckle. get it??
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Hmmm definently want to see pics of this set up.... I was looking at my truck and there is a brace between the 2 perches. If I move my spring perches up 6" will this make the frame more likely to twist with the weight of the truck on it?
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