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    Belltech Leaf Springs

    I PUT THEM ON, AND THE REAR SHACKLES ARE UP AGAINST THE FRAME, AND I STILL HAVE A VIBRATION. COULD THE LEAFS BE IN BACKWARDS?

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    there a direct bolt on.. the locator pin is NOT centered on the leaf spring tho make sure you have them on correctly.. so yea you might have them on backwards
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    I THINK THEY MAY BE BACKWARDS, CUS THE REAR OF THE TRUCK SITS ALOT HIGHER THAN THE FRONT.

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    i know its a little off topic, but i was curious to see if you got the leaf springs installed properly and have a pic of it?

    ive got a 2000 2dr blazer that i am going to lower and i was looking at the belltechleaf springs for the back. were the leafs a 2 or 3" drop?
    99 blaZeR2 5spd
    69 camaro (undergoing complete restoration)
    94 ranger vortech blown 4.0 5spd (sold)

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    its easy to tell if they are in backwards, the wheel will not be centered correctly in the wheel well. Youd clearly see the difference.

    Having the leaf in backwards wont really affect the height
    this is a test of the sig

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    will it effect the ride quality? what if one is going one way and the other is going the opposite way? what will that do to ya?
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