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Rear Link Arms In Place

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22. With the new upper mounts wearing a fresh coat of paint, and all the rear arms loosely hung from the tree with joy, we were ready to hoist our axle back up into place and put the rear portion of this install in the bag. Since a slip yoke eliminator and longer rear driveshaft come highly recommended (we’ll tackle these and other related components in the next installment), the adjustable front and rear upper-arms will make it a snap to dial in proper caster and/or pinion angles.

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