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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-16-2002, 07:58 PM
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here's some more pics.
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Re: more pics!!

another one.
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nice rig dude
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another
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thanks for the comments, heres another one
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the one from the other topic.
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Re: more pics!!

excellent!
I would love to have the money to blow on a coil set up.
What size shoes your rig got on there?

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Hey Russ I am glad I helped you out with that cause that thing is bad a$$
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Re: more pics!!

Russ, that looks great!!!!!!!! Just a few General questions. I have the coil kit sitting in my garage as we speak but due to Uncle sam, I'm not able to install it. [img]images/graemlins/frown.gif[/img] Anyway, I would really like to see a pic of how the upper rear arm mounts to the frame. This is the only place that I haven't seen a pic. Also, What all did you cut/grind off to do the install. Any info would help. Thanks!
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Their 33 12.50 with 15x8 2" backspacing. Thanks again, studly. Cut off all 4 bumpstop brakets, front brake hose mounting brakets(and save), spring perch mounts off both axles, and all leaf spring mounts except the forward inners for the rear leaf spring(you will use these for measureing), the measurement should be 18" center to center(for the Shaffer kit) from this hole to the back hole of the F/R link mount. You'll also have to trim the passenger side of the cross member that's in front of where the F/R link mount gets welded to. Grind everything smooth. If you don't have access to an air grinder you can put a 4" grinding disk(made for an air grinder) on an electric grinder after removing the guard, it's much faster, but be careful. A good tip to set the angle of the coil mounts, is to get 2 pieces of 2" square tubing cut at 11" (make sure to cut them with a chop saw to get a square cut). Use these when jigging everything together, in place of the coil springs. Also use the passenger front link mount plates to set the wheel base(measure everything on the driver side and make every thing on the passenger side equal to the drivers side). I don't have any pics of the rear upper link, you should have 4 plates that get welded to the frame rails to hold the cross member in place, don't worry about any measurements for this because you'll probably have to shift it around to get the frame square with the rear axle (just wait untill last to weld it in place). There's really no safe way to support the vehicle unless you have access to a lift, so again, be careful. If you have any more questions let me know, I'll be glad to help. Also now is a good time for power steering, rear disk, a rear locker, CV rear driveshaft and rear axle bearings and seals. Russ
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