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post #781 of 1688 Old 02-22-2013, 04:34 PM Thread Starter
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Your shock will be at full extension before the axle drops enough to clear the leaf spring pack. You can try to do it without. Report back your findings.
Being a smart ***? I will probably do it all your way, gunna empty a can of on blaster on it when I get home

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post #782 of 1688 Old 02-22-2013, 04:36 PM
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Being a smart ***? I will probably do it all your way, gunna empty a can of on blaster on it when I get home
Seriously, if you have some crazy long extension shocks you may not have to lol. Yes pb blaster is your friend. Watch those brake lines when your lowering the axle. You only need a few inches of clearance to get a pair of vise grips on the bottom of the center pin but when it comes time to remove the leaf springs you may need more room. Lower the axle a little more but dont let it yank on the rubber brake line. Double check where you put your jack stands, safety first. For real.
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Seriously, if you have some crazy long extension shocks you may not have to lol. Yes pb blaster is your friend. Watch those break lines when your lowering the axle. You only need a few inches of clearance to get a pair of vise grips on the bottom of the center pin but when it comes time to remove the leaf springs you may need more room. Lower the axle a little more but dont let it yank on the rubber brake line. Double check where you put your jack stands, safety first. For real.
Where is the center pin? Is it the same considering I hve blocks? O'Neill check it all out when I get down there
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Where is the center pin? Is it the same considering I hve blocks? O'Neill check it all out when I get down there
Block or not, you should have a center pin. Once you pull the wheel look at the metal plate where the u-bolt nuts are. In between the 4 bolts is the center pin. You will see a hole in the metal plate and the nut screwed onto the center pin bolt. The bolt goes in from the bottom and the nut is ontop. Just like that nut pops through the hole in the metal plate, the bottom of the center pin sit in axle perch hole. You will see it once you get in there.
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Thanks man, wanna on me your number inches I run into any sudden troubles? Haha
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Thanks man, wanna on me your number inches I run into any sudden troubles? Haha
Just message me on here I dont want you blowing up my phone hahaha. Either way, it would be faster to write on here than text. Im more descriptive on here to.
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Just message me on here I dont want you blowing up my phone hahaha. Either way, it would be faster to write on here than text. Im more descriptive on here to.
Alright man
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Just message me on here I dont want you blowing up my phone hahaha. Either way, it would be faster to write on here than text. Im more descriptive on here to.
Plus he never answers texts haha

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Plus he never answers texts haha
Just found out why I havnt gotten any texts in a week, inbox was full and the phone didnt tell me
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Just found out why I havnt gotten any texts in a week, inbox was full and the phone didnt tell me
Odd. I can't receive texts unless I'm talking on the phone.

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Hey how's the Kralwer going?

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Hey how's the Kralwer going?

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Spray some penetrating oil on the ol night krawker.
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Spray some penetrating oil on the ol night krawker.
I need a bucket, to douce everything
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