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Has anyone used this in the front of you truck??? or in the rear for that matter... What pros and Cons could you think on by moving the leaf spring pin back or forward would that have on your suspension??

 

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Bones said:
Same thing can be done by drilling out your existing ones :rolleyes:
have you ever tryed to drill a Spring pack:eek: not easy
 

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Chrisf said:


have you ever tryed to drill a Spring pack:eek: not easy
Try drilling out your perches, not the springs themselves.
 

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I'm using Sky's plates up front, works great in my opinion. Used plates instead of drilling so I could play around with positioning. Only thing is, it adds to your spring pack(ie: lift) so have to be sure steering arm clearance is adequate. Cheap and easy.
 

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just redrill the perches. thats what i did on the rear. then redrill the hole in the middle of the spring plate on top and go with it.
 

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FYI - I bought some from Allpro to move my front axle forward, and was told by Chris on a follow-up call that they really aren't good for use in the front and that he wouldn't recommend them for that application.
 
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