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Old 02-26-2013, 11:17 AM   #1
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2nd Gen Rear Lift - Add a leaf, axle shim, u bolts, and carrier bearing drop

Hi, I have a toytec add a leaf for the tsb springs, but will also work on non-tsb springs. 3 degree 2.5 inch wide axle shims, u bolts, and the carrier bearing drop. The carrier bearing drop I received used from another member, the add a leaf was used for about 2 months, I installed new in december and took it out 2 weeks ago, and the axle shims was used for about 1 day. I know everybody says u bolts should not be reused, but I only used them for 2 months if that makes a difference, maybe not enough time to stretch? price is 120 shipped in continental US for all of it
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I know everybody says u bolts should not be reused, but I only used them for 2 months if that makes a difference, maybe not enough time to stretch?
They don't stretch over time, they stretch when you torque them to spec. That's why they're just one use.
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