Let me get this straight.. did you do the shackel reversal on the front at the same time as you did the SO? So by flipping theOriginally posted by LndBbrzr:
<STRONG>Id have to agree with Sixgun on this one. I recently swapped my springs around. This was after it was already SOA. I did relocate the rear hangar about 1.5" back but that was before the swap too. Before the swap it was a 91.5" WB...after it was 100". The fronts are stock springs with a shackel reversal and the rear is Procomp POS 2.5"s.</STRONG>
Okay, I get it now. Of course did you flip the military wrap around so that it is attached to the frame mount? IF you haven't I strongly suggest you do...Originally posted by LndBbrzr:
<STRONG>Ok let me try to explain a little more.
When I first got the cruiser it was SOA with a shackle reversal. The WB at that time was 90". I then made new rear spring hangers which moved the rear axle back another 1.5" for a total of 91.5" WB.
Just recently I decided to swap my springs around( wanted better approach angle and a longer WB for verticle climbs). The distance from the spring eye to center pin is offset on the stock set of fj40 springs and the aftermarket POS ProComp 2.5" lift ones I have in the rear. After doing this I ended up with a WB of 100" and I did nothing else than just spin the springs around.</STRONG>