I love that truck.....
is a counter suck bolt head an option?ramv said:Thanks guys.
Installed the new LCAs last night. They are sweet. Still need ot do some work on the brackets. (will post pics soon). The front brackets were trashed, the alignment holes are totally wallowed out. I will get over to some body with a welder and get this taken care of.
Working with Don Thuren on diff contact issue. I may shift the axle slightly right and see if that cures it.
Yep, 1" x 5/8" joints. The old ones were okay, they were custom too. Stock and Skyjacker junk lasted for no wheelin.guidolyons said:Nice work on the new lower control arms, very beefy! :smokin: What size Evolution joints and tube did you use Looks like 2" DOM and 1" joints? I'm surprised the the old ones lasted as long as they have they way you trash that truck.
Explain further? I mounted the shoulder belts 4"s below my shoulder, as recommened by PBB. They Y together, so if properly cinched they should restrain well. The do not contact the seat when an adult is sitting there.Mud Slayer 2.0 said:
Why is it that people think it this is safe ? U seem like you know your shit so im asumming this is temp til u get the proper seats ?? I hope.
Nickm said:what size fuel line did you run? did you use the stock type connections?
I didnt know they didnt contact the seat when ure in it.. My bad, but my case in point is i see soo many people using these belts in situations not proberly set up for them and they can cause more harm then god in those cases.. You just gota make sure the Shoulder straps are at the correct angle when u latched in.. The cut outs in the other seats are there to keep the straps lined up. without that they can slide apart and u'll slip through... Im used to using these belts in an acutal racing enviroment where their tolerances are a little more important though. But for your sake i look into a sternum strap for your harness'sramv said:Explain further? I mounted the shoulder belts 4"s below my shoulder, as recommened by PBB. They Y together, so if properly cinched they should restrain well. The do not contact the seat when an adult is sitting there.