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dangkinder 01-17-2016 10:16 PM

SAS s10 shakle problems
 
I set the shakles at 90 put weight on the springs they say at 35 45 degrees which was nice first time I hit the brakes shackles hit the frame now are staying there you jack it up and they will sit nice then straight to the frame any one had this problem don't really want to cut the back brackets off I might need to get 4 inch shorter springs maybe doesn't really want to by another set

RANGERROD 01-17-2016 10:57 PM

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Originally Posted by dangkinder (Post 35138938)
I set the shakles at 90 put weight on the springs they say at 35 45 degrees which was nice first time I hit the brakes shackles hit the frame now are staying there you jack it up and they will sit nice then straight to the frame any one had this problem don't really want to cut the back brackets off I might need to get 4 inch shorter springs maybe doesn't really want to by another set

Delete thread learn English then repost.

rockyota83 01-18-2016 01:02 AM

cut the brackets off and move them farther back


next time post your question in the newbie general 4x4 forum

lil,yota 01-18-2016 10:35 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dangkinder (Post 35138938)
I set the shakles at 90 put weight on the springs they say at 35 45 degrees which was nice first time I hit the brakes shackles hit the frame now are staying there you jack it up and they will sit nice then straight to the frame any one had this problem don't really want to cut the back brackets off I might need to get 4 inch shorter springs maybe doesn't really want to by another set







Did you really not use any punctuation at all?:laughing:

the_white_shadow 01-18-2016 11:31 AM

Someone is clearly not on their period.


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