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  1. And the lift shackle only gave me a little more than an inch of lift. Sent from my SM-N970U1 using Tapatalk
  2. When I did this I understood that it would just bring me back to stock ride height, which for many can be up to 3 inches from sag. Sent from my SM-N970U1 using Tapatalk
  3. I lied, I measured old stock shackle at 4.25 inches eye to eye and new ones 7.5 inches. Still doesn't seem like much tho. But looking g at before and after, looks much better.
  4. If i remember it was 4 inches more than the stock shackle.
  5. Finished the install new GS metric leafs, but I added the chevy lowering shackle kit. Looks like 10.5 from top of axle to bottom frame.....
  6. Thanks for the input guys, much better with washers, finally finished/torqued down. Got to go for a ride and it was good. Prob not for the guy that crashed his Corvette C3 into a pole on an empty 3 lane road tho. Sent from my SM-N970U1 using Tapatalk
  7. Thanks guys! Lowes run it is, thankfully it's only .5 of a mile away
  8. Yea the threading looks like it might be a little short, but to get it on the road I think ill torque down for now. Appreciate the replies!
  9. I haven't torqued it down yet, but it looks like if I do it will bend the shackle in some. Should I use some washers or just torque down. Thanks
  10. Welcome! Use Cruiser54.com to get her running top notch.
  11. I leaned on the tailgate putting something away and it had bounce. Had to bounce it up and down of course since its never done that before. Sent from my SM-N970U1 using Tapatalk
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