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post #1 of 2 Old 12-18-2011, 06:32 PM Thread Starter
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Readylift leveling kit carrier bearing spacer

So I installed a 2.5 readylift leveling kit on my f350 today and the kit included a carrier bearing shim for the rear driveline. My question is that I didn't lift the rear of the truck at all so my rear driveline angle didn't change, so whats the point of the spacer?
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maybe they just include it "incase" you get driveline vibration.. its probably just included in the kit as part of the base parts included

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3.5" ReadyLift Leveling Kit, 37x13.5x20 Toyo MT's on stock 20's, Dual Steering Stabilizer, Livewire w/ IDP, KEM, Gearhead, S&B, 5" Flo-Pro, Rudy's EGR Delete and Cold Side Pipe, CCV
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