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I have been searching for weeks on different aspects of setting up my rockwells. I still have a few questions that I haven't found answers to.

1. What "junk yard" coils would be good to use? (Streched CJ-5 and 44" tires)

2. Could some of you post up some pictures of your link suspensions? I understand the basic principles of a 4-link but there is definately a new aspect when you are dealing with a toploader. I don't understand how you get good geometery when the top and bottom links attach to the axle in the same vertical line.

3. How much lift are you running to clear your front drive line?

4. What size u-j's are you running at the transfer case?
 

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I hate to be that guy that tells you to search so I will tell you to search under user name CJ Lagos, he has a sweet setup. If you do a general search under rockwell you will come up with some nice designs.

Dane
 

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I have been searching for weeks
:rolleyes: :shaking:

Yes, and I have PM' ed CJ Lagos with some specific questions.
 

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I am using f150 springs thay work great but i am 6000lb
Ford ranger springs may work well
I use a onelink witha trailer ball (cheep) works great
I had more issues with tire room than with rockwell room
i also run stock joints at the transfer (rear has 270000 miles on it) :eek:
the angle is not that steep to you dont need a 1410 but bigger is better
 

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