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93 indy rear adjusters

on my Indy i rebuilt the suspension and when i got the suspension back in and took it for a drive the track started skipping so i got home and looked and the rear adjusters where bent under the rear axle. i was wondering what to do, i got the adjusters out but I'm not sure how to make them keep the axle tight but not bend the bolts. any help is always appreciated thanks.

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replace the bolts!

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i allready did they bent too

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after you adjusted the track with new bolts did you tighten the axle bolts
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