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Old 08-10-2017, 07:50 PM   #1

Name: 06Bigblue
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Rear suspension hop issues

In my class I have to have a inch of suspension travel. I raised the rear three inches and now the pinion angle isn't the same as the angle of the drive shaft. I need shims, does anyone know where to get them for a truck with two center bolts. Would the difference in the pinion angle and the drive shaft angle cause the truck to hop in the rear in a tight track? Thanks for any input
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