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Old 04-30-2019, 10:08 AM   #26 (permalink)
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I used a dodge np241 for the doubler. Mounted to a chevy adapter points the front output up.
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I fully believe the mount saved the transfercase at Wake the Squatch last weekend.

Dropping into the C Hole finally got me. I've bent these springs multiple times pushing the tires and shackles into stuff.
I'm going to re-arch them again and do a reverse shackle.
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It was a great weekend at Mountain Mafia.
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so no more pics of the flop damage?
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so no more pics of the flop damage?
I searched The book of faces and didn't see any. I will search the hard drives when I get a chance.
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Took the time to do a shackle reversal with the hopes that my spring bending days would be behind me.

I used the rear 1310 shaft for parts to build a front shaft and made a new rear out of a front 1330 shaft I had laying around.

Went to Mountain Mania for the weekend and had a blast. Had the crowd cheering a few times

Had to replace the pressure line on the power steering Friday. Saturday I backed up against a rock and bent a spring Neither door would latch shut by Saturday morning so I removed them until it was time to go home then bungied them shut.

Wheeled the rest of the weekend and went home.

Ignore my Booger welds. I can't see for shit and wiggle a lot
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After we got home the wife asked how we can stop bending springs. I told her links will take care of the issue sooooo......


Fixing that issue along with the crappy steering. The hydro assist helps but having a drag link is.... A drag. I'm tired of not being able to steer when twisted up.

I'm going to use some F1fiddy springs for the time being. The wife is already talking about how gay the springs are so coilovers will be soon.
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looks good, how wide are you overall with those wheel spacers?
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Thanks.

88 inches in the front. It's pretty stable on off camber stuff. I put a protractor on the dash and saw 47 degrees and it wasn't close to going over.
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88 inches in the front. It's pretty stable on off camber stuff. I put a protractor on the dash and saw 47 degrees and it wasn't close to going over.
Nice...My front was 86/87 and the thing was stupid stable.....BUT.....was on the wider side of comfort for lots of the trails around here. So I went the H2 route and am now at about 81. Still pretty stable.

Rig looks good.
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Nice...My front was 86/87 and the thing was stupid stable.....BUT.....was on the wider side of comfort for lots of the trails around here. So I went the H2 route and am now at about 81. Still pretty stable.

Rig looks good.

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I could pull the spacers but the tires would rub on stuff. We run creeks for the most part with some wheeling at events.

I forget, you are on the west side of Washington? We want to plan a trip to Elbe and or Rieter soon.
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