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I am running a stock gm 10 bolt.  It is not narrowed so I think that is probably the problem.  I will jack it up this weekend.  Ok so just so I know, if it is bent do I need to get it straightened?   Is it just hurting the tires or am I going to have more problems soon?


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I am running a stock gm 10 bolt.  It is not narrowed so I think that is probably the problem.  I will jack it up this weekend.  Ok so just so I know, if it is bent do I need to get it straightened?   Is it just hurting the tires or am I going to have more problems soon?


The problem with not fixing it is there could be other problems. The axle tubes will slip in that type of housing and that could be part of the problem. If you're going to use that rear you need to have it straightened, braced and weld the tubes to the center of the housing OR you could scrap it and go with a 9". :-k

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thanks for the responses.  I hate to touch the car since it is finally winning some rounds and we have the thing pretty consistent but sounds like I may need too.


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