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what kind of springs would fit my 84 yota with about 6" lift in them....i have blocks now, and im not too happy with the whole idea...any info would help...just gettin into the yoat business <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0">
 

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Since your running blocks I'm assuming your talking about the rear, the only thing I've seen to completely eliminate the blocks while still giving decent movement are the All Pro's which require moving the hangar forward. I personally run a 4" block with Bronco 2 springs(57" long offset pin) long side forward and double shackles. It gives great departure angle and tons of droop without having a long shackle dragging all over everything.
 

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Also try ALL PRO, AXLE WRAP, ALCAN, ORBIT EYE, and CHEVY (lotsa guys are using the chevy's cause they're long, flex like a bastard, resist spring-wrap, and they're cheap.)

Just a warning... When someone (newbie or no) posts a very generalized question like this one on this board - where this topic has been discussed countless times - they tend to get yelled at. A lot.</font>
 

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Originally posted by MasterYota:
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Also try ALL PRO, AXLE WRAP, ALCAN, ORBIT EYE, and CHEVY (lotsa guys are using the chevy's cause they're long, flex like a bastard, resist spring-wrap, and they're cheap.)

Just a warning... When someone (newbie or no) posts a very generalized question like this one on this board - where this topic has been discussed countless times - they tend to get yelled at. A lot.</font></STRONG>
............well im not a newbie to the wheelin world thats forsure. i JUST purchased a yota. ive HAD a flatty for 3 years now. so a couple of simple questions shouldnt rattle a cage or two. at that its not like i asked for info on how to put in a radio or somthin..........so thanks for the info YOTAMASTER <IMG SRC="smilies/flipoff.gif" border="0"> <IMG SRC="smilies/laughing.gif" border="0">
 
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