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      10-18-2011, 06:37 PM   #23
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im in a very rough area as far as the roads go. would 15/12 still suit me?
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im in a very rough area as far as the roads go. would 15/12 still suit me?
15/12 is perfectly fine for most stock or slightly lowered suspension setups.
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If the spacer does not come off try to heat it with a torch lol. Comes right off. No joke. After 2 hrs of struggle I resorted to the "use more ignorance and force method" lol.
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It shouldn't have to resort to that method, there are reliefs machined in the rear of the spacer for a screwdriver to fit into.
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Trust me I've tried all the screwdrivers in the world. Nothing helped. I'm aware of the machined edges and was surprised that it wouldn't come out with all the force I was applying.
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