I dropped my truck off at a shop to have a broke leaf spring bolt cut out of my axle housing(ez-out did not work). I told them to go ahead and throw in a set of zero rates I had while the axle was dropped. I gave them the instructions that came with the zero rates, went back when it was done and saw what I thought looked wrong. The owner said thats the only way they would go in so I said "ok if you say so". The next day upon further inspection I noticed the zero rates were infact installed upside down with the beveled edges down and the shim between the springs and the zero rates. So now the axle is hanging off the zero rates an inch because I told them to move the axle forward. What I want to know is, how unsafe is this. I really don't want to drive back to the shop to have them fix it(I hate having shops work on my rig) but I probably should because I deserve to get my money's worth. I hate ****ty redneck "offroad shops"