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No there stock shackles with 4 " skyjacker leaf springs with dana 60 and 3" blocks on rear
YES, you have the stock front shackle

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NO, the stock shackle has been replaced with something else

It doesn't matter what springs or block is in the truck
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So do I need the track arm or not?
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Yes I have stock front shackles from auto zone lol
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I wouldn't care what shackles I had stock or otherwise, I'd run a trackbar IMO its necessary it counters against steering forces.
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Then YES, you NEED a track bar
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Ok cool thank u bc I have the adjustable drop bracket. I was told just to loosen the nut from bracket and just let the weight of the truck find center and then tighten bolt . Its like a cam on both sides of bracket. Is that the right way to find center?
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