zero rates in need assistance.....

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  1. RootBreaker

    RootBreaker 3/4 ton status Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    aight... my zero rates came in while I was away... so now I want to put them on... Once it stops raining...
    anyhow... Reading the directions... I only have a question..
    To move the axle forward 1"... I need to remove my center pin from my leafs...
    The instructions say to shorten the center pin to about 1" in length... which pin am I shortening.. the one that I am pulling out?
    so then I am going to take the 3/8 bolt and go through the zero rate to the hole I want for offset... and then put that into the pin hole??

    sorry for the stupid questions.. I have been trying to do all my own stuff now instead of paying someone else... Computer geek that wrenches.... :grin:

    anyone have easier instructions for me to use???
    Thanks
    Jeff
     
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    never reuse a centerpin. and most of the time thay need to be cut out.
     
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    aight.. not even if it only has 800 miles on it???
    my leafs are new superlifts.... but guess I ll have to figure this out.. wont be doing it until friday most likely... :grin:
     
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    thay are grd 2 bolts. and most spring comp bend the threads over to help hold the nut in place.
     

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