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Discussion in 'OffRoad Design' started by beater74, Mar 7, 2002.
well as the title says can i use the add a leaves and some degree shims safely? thanks
I asked a similar question a while back, and he said I could use degree shims with zero rates. He told me first to lower the tcase first to try and solve my vibration problem, then to use degree shims second. If you are going to use degree shims with the offset zero rates, that might be a totally different story though. Hope this helps.
The zero rates bolt in just like a leaf so you can treat them just like a leaf. So you can put the shim right under them and be fine. You can also sandwich the shim between the spring and zero rates to keep them captured better.
tanks, i'm gonna call you give ya a call next week with a big ol oder! the tax refund fairy visited me yesterday yeh!
i should do my taxes...then i can pay off bills and move into my house with less debt
I had degree blocks welded to the add a leafs. Counter sunk the bolt hole and everything. Added 3/8" net.
Stephen - did that void my warranty? HAHAHAHA
Even after you ruined the solid steel blocks by welding to them (?) I think I'll replace them if you can break them. :-)
Yeah, they are causing my truck to drive like it has a loose nut (behind the wheel). /forums/images/icons/smile.gif
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