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Unread 02-26-2010, 11:27 PM   #16
98GooseXJ14
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Okay so today I felt motivated and had a chance to get it in the garage for the day. I removed the front spacers and cut them down an inch or so then reinstalled them the correct way as I did a ******* move originally. Probably going to put some angled shims in the rear axle until i can afford an SYE. I didnt think with only 2.5 inch of rear lift it would have any vibes.

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