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Old 07-29-2017, 10:24 PM   #61
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You have to shim the front end to get the ride height down. Run the lowest axle carrier and I had to shim up the rear pod, too.
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You have to shim the front end to get the ride height down. Run the lowest axle carrier and I had to shim up the rear pod, too.
Thanks, I will try that. I thought people were using the F1 rear or something to,sort it out.
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Thanks, I will try that. I thought people were using the F1 rear or something to,sort it out.
Also, I moved 6 of the 7 kingpin shims underneath the steering knuckle, moves the axle up. See page 7 of the manual. Hope that helps ya!
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