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How to replace rear leaf spring shackles on a 2000 s10

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SOURCE: left rear leaf spring replacement

you have two remove tank or at least take it loose and shift

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SOURCE: 1957 chevy belair rear leaf spring instalation.

usually the short goes to the front, just in case measure the distance to the axle to the front eye

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SOURCE: mono leaf spring

been a while, but i will say this, this is NOT a job for the typical DIY'er. big job.

Posted on Dec 04, 2009

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