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Old 07-09-2018, 10:31 AM
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Originally Posted by roverover View Post
Well if you look at your old rods the one on the front is straight and the one hanging below the axle on the back is bent, there is a good 4" more clearance on the front
You also need to get you hands on a RHD steering knuckle if I'm not mistaken. Seems like just exchanging one set of problems for another. Yes it hangs down lower behind the axle, but its also somewhat protected by having the axle in front of it. Yes its higher in the front but also possibly more prone to hitting rocks.
'98 D1 Trail Rig. Lockers and whatnot. Retired
'96 D1 Daily Driver. OME lift, 235/85/16 Toyo AT's.
'95 D1 Project Truck.
'94 D1 Too good to pass up. OME lift, 265/75/16 BFG AT's, Detroit/TruTrac, etc

Originally Posted by discostew View Post
No matter how hard you stir it you won't make chocolate ice cream out of a bucket of shit
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