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but a broken shackle would let the rear end housing walk and break a lot of stuff, he'd deff feel or hear that 1 ud think n e way
Actually mine broke and i didn't hear a thing i just happened to notice it....
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i know everyone is gona dissagree but this happened a few weeks ago to me. i replaced the shocks, witch were shot, and it fixed it. the right rear shock didn't expand by itself at all and the left was in a little bit better shape. i put a set of new bilstein's and the rear leveled out.
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I have skyjacker leafsprings and belltech shackles and new fox shocks(no blocks) and my trucks right rear was an inch lower then the left rear
so i used different holes on the shackel for each side of the truck, and now sits perfect
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