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Okay i have wanted to do SO but was to lazy and thoguht it was to much work. I got motivated cause my brakes suck and am doing discs. I figure if im doing all of the work for discs why not lift? After all the 33's on saggy springs really kills the articulation. I dont have a whole lot to go on for the SO. Sofar i know i make the drop steering arm, put spring perches on top of diff, get longer shocks (what size?) and im getting mixed opinions on use of shims and if i do use them what degree? Oh ya i guess brake lines are important to. Any ideas where to get cheapest extended lines?
i think that is it so if i missed anything please let me know
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Goto Woody's sitehere
ANd read up on what you need to know. There is a lot of information there. once you have done some research then ask <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0">
 

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<IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0"> What super sale are you talking about? I am about to do a springover and could use some parts, what do yuo have?
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Originally posted by Actnjacksn:
<STRONG> <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0"> What super sale are you talking about? I am about to do a springover and could use some parts, what do yuo have?
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for sale section, look for my post, mid way down. jiMMy
 

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on the break lines, when i did my SOA, the front break line is longer than the rear, use the front one you have now in the rear that way you only need to buy 1 new one and can send extra money on the <IMG SRC="smilies/beer.gif" border="0">

my advive would be not to use shims at all.

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