So I'm debating driving out to work on my k5 tomorrow, which is an hour away. I put my 4" lift springs on recently, and when I went to bolt up my 14bff this weekend, it seemed to me that I may have put my springs on backwards. I was thinking this b/c the fat end of the wedge underneath the overload is facing the front of the truck. I am still learning, but it would seem to me that this wedge is intended for maintaining a proper pinion angle. Can someone verify that this is accurate and that i do have it on backwards? Also, is it possible to simply spin this wedge around the center pin - i notice movement of the overload. Anyway, the reason I ask is I can't find someone to go with me to work on my truck tomorrow and I found that putting the springs in was a two person job. I don't want to drive all that way to find that I have to remove and reinstall the spring packs w/ out having a buddy along. thanks. colbystephens.