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Jeebus

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Post Fri Apr 22, 2011 6:44 am

Re: stearing proplem

is it me, or are his wheels really far back in his wheel well when layed out.... like abnormally far?

Something is strange there, i know normally the s-series trucks and blazers wheel sit offset in the wheel well just a bit, but that looks to be more than double the normal amount...

That could be causing the arms to rub when turning. What lowers do you have?




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Post Sun Apr 24, 2011 12:42 am

Re: stearing proplem

they do look far back in to the firewall. he has thorbecke lowers, stock uppers and drop spindles think it is mainly off set on the wheels. he is looking for another set of 20's for it for now he is running a small spacer to gain a little turning.
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