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Old 11-21-2018, 06:22 AM
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Setting Cab on my 92 I got new bushings but itís been a year now and donít remember with bushings go were.I think the thicker ones go in the rear but donít remember .Could someone help thanks
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I can't really tell from the parts manual, but it should be fairly obvious if you measure from the ground to the frame mount surface. If I had to guess based upon the diagram I see, I would say the thicker ones go to the rear. Attached find a diagram from the FSM, sorry best I have.
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Thanks for the reply.Yea in pic itís hard to tell .I guess Iíll put the thicker ones in rear like u said I can measure when it get set .But I didnít want to have to jack the cab up after I painted it.The old ones were smashed so bad and I didnít pay attention
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Looks good.
That is a clean frame for a PA. truck!

I like the 4th gen Dodge rims and Goodyear MTRs combo. If I guessed right from the picture.

I assume you are using a 1 1/2 or 2 inch spacer on the front end to make those rims work.

I know I needed to use at least a 1 1/2 inch spacer on the 17 inch 5 spoke 3rd gen rims I used on both my 12V RC and my lifted 12V white crew cab
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Looking great.
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Yea thanks itís a pa frame sandblasted and chasis saver applied.Everything else is from Kingman Az.The spacers are 1.5Ē from Motorsport in Reno.I brought a frame back from Az with me but didnít know that much about the frames at the time .Its the smaller frame but still has the Dodge stencil numbers on it but it was a 90 I wasnít educated on the frames then .Had to find the tall frame for the 92.
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