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Old 05-21-2002, 08:35 AM
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It never hurts to have it balanced either.Seriously give this some thought i would hate for something to happen to you or your ride, if the shaft breaks and digs into the ground , or it smacks you in the *** . Oh ya , i always heard there should be @ 3/4 of an inch space in between the rear of the tailstock and the yoke, when the car is at ride height. Take care :-)
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