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Aerostar springs...AGAIN

Posted By stlroken 8 Years Ago
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Thanks Alan, just one question, how much did you need to move yours?

Gary Ryan San Antonio.TX.

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i think it went a quarter inch


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Only took me ten months.Brought this old thread back to life as I finally got around to the hijacked topic. Taking my time I spent two days on less than a days worth of work, but managed to move the body 5/16 to 3/8 inch at the back bumper. Really, easier than expected. Thanks to all that contributed for the input.

I'm really looking forward to not having to use the air shocks to keep the tires from rubbing.

Don

Oh, and in the meantime I did put Aerostar springs on and like the way it sits with stock spindles.


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