SPOA Spring wrap prevention??
Ok, here is the deal.....I've got an 88, did a spring over this past summer, with Rancho springs. I left the overloads in thinking this would help with the spring wrap problem. But, after about 6 months, mostly street driving, the rears are no longer arched, and the passenger side, I believe has now got a reverse arch.
The truck does have a 16 gal gas tank (1/4 inch thick floor), steel plate rear bumper with square tube swing away tire carrier with a 31 inch spare and a High lift on it, and a steel box (the width of the rear, 12 inches wide, and about 6 inches deep full of tools and parts) all hanging on the rear. The gearing is 3.73 Ring and Pinion, 4.16:1 tcase, with 32 inch Swamper radials. And I do wind up the little motor in first and second gear.
How do you guys eliminate axle wrap? Or, do you think it is just all the extra weight???
Thanks in advance!
88.5 Samurai, SPOA,Rancho springs, Rocklobster, full cage, Schroth Harness belts, EZ locker, 32x10.50 Swampers, on board air, Weber, header etc...