[quote author=drohweder link=board=1;threadid=8814;start=msg76163#msg76163 date=1071532527]
I'll check it out, by the way is my right rear shock "blown" there is oil all over it. May be a dumb question.
kinda looks like it, take it off and see if it has an life left in it, but I suspect it's toast.
Sorry Ferg, you already answered that question. I suppose that perch spacer needs to be welded in place. The article quotes 8/10 hour to get the spacer placed. Good luck finding someone who could fix mine that quickly. Gary K......got some free time?
I'm willing to bet you $5 that the oil covered shock is from the lack of axle breather extensions, located on that side of the axle. My shock and PS of rear axle looks exactly the same, however it won't anymore because I installed new breathers with barbed fittings instead of those s***ty one way valve deals last night.
[quote author=drohweder link=board=1;threadid=8814;start=msg76175#msg76175 date=1071533380]
OK so that article explains the fix for a SUA cruiser, how does it work for a SOA?
You do the opposite, add shims to lower side instead of higher side.
Same as the hockey-puck lifts people used to do on pickups in the 80's. You may need longer spring pins with a spacer for the head of the pin. Pin available at Napa, spacer make yourself out of some small pipe.