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Degree shims with blocks??

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by AllamericanK5, May 9, 2006.

  1. AllamericanK5

    AllamericanK5 1/2 ton status

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    I'm looking at my drive angles and omg are they bad. I had the t-case and trans lowerd but im really getting it to rock crawling and now im realising that its not good to have it down that far. I have the cross member bolted flush to the frame as of now. I bought some 4 degree shims but i got 21/2 already there would it be like stacking blocks?? If I cant use them in the back ill just put them up front when i put my new set of 52s in :D

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    Sry for the cell phone pix
     
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    Don't use shims and blocks! Get a tapered zero rate to bolt to the spring pack.
     
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    Mkay dose ORD make them??
     
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