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post #1 of (permalink) Old 07-31-2003, 12:22 AM
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bumpers and llift

my first question is about bumpers i see all these new dodges and powerstrokes with the rock ready bumpers and i was wondering do any companys make these bumpers for a 77 chevy 1/2 ton?

my second question is does anyone run the revoler shackles and if so how do you like them i read they are good but my local 4x4 shop says they wouldnt run them i dont understand? [img]images/graemlins/40BEER.gif[/img]
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Re: bumpers and llift

Revolvers aren't made anymore for chevy's for one thing. The reason is they unload and cause some bad stuff to happen... You absolutely cannot toe with them and they suck on hill climbs because of the unloading...

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Re: bumpers and llift

You can find the bumpers all over the place, just look for them.

Not many people use the revolvers anymore because of horror stories. In my opinion, they're engineering an accident. You can find revolver-like shackles all over the place though.

You can also get a Springer setup, aka Marv Springer's peculiar droop setup with Ford springs. I don't like it either though for a daily driver.
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