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post #1 of (permalink) Old 09-09-2001, 10:26 PM
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pics of a rro\'s rear spring up front kit

<font color=blue>Does anyone have a picture of rro's rear spring up front kit? I am curious, will a bumper that attatches to the frame rails sill be able to fit? Also, does the kit move the front axle forwards any or does it stay in the stock position?

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Re: pics of a rro\'s rear spring up front kit

<font color=blue>Nevermind I think I have come up with something different and I won't need to use this kit.

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Re: pics of a rro\'s rear spring up front kit

If you still need info or pic's on it I have some on my web-page, just go here.
http://www.geocities.com/brianconrad1/suspension.htm I don't have any pic's of his plates that go on the rear of the front spring plate, but I do have the Wheeler Off-road's front bumper and it bolts to the frame tube. Looks good and is a great kit for tweaking your suspension and getting a better ride.

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Re: pics of a rro\'s rear spring up front kit

Our kit does not alter the front end of the spring, shackle, or frame. It also comes with an axle relocation system to keep the axle in its stock position. We also give you bushings since most folks end up having that bolt seize up in the main spring eye and have to cut the springs off.

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