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Re: Going SPOA ??\'s
well, I'm just guessing here since i havent done this, but it seems to me that if the pinion angle is as critical as it seems to be in what Ive read, that you would be better off bringing the whole truck.
As long as the guy isnt literally just into making you a set of perches and not welding them on (in which case you wouldnt need the axle or the truck), you should be able to pull the axles while you are at his place, figure out wher the new perches go (maybe he can have them premade for ya?) and weld 'em up while you are there. Then you can bolt the axle back in the SPUA location and take the truck home to do all the other time consuming brake line and steering and shock BS on your own. There's no reason I can think of why you cant just drive around with an extra set of perches on the axles.
Is that a good solution?