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Old 04-24-2012, 10:45 AM
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Natural lift..

Just wanted to get some opinions on doin a natural lift pulling my leaf springs over the axel..?
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SOA (spring over axle) takes quite a bit of work to do properly......it's more than just flipping the springs.

Among the things to be addressed are driveline angles, steering drop & spring wrap. Not to mention that tires over 33" will probably grenade your stock rear end in short order.

It's not a cheap as it would seem....unless you want to end up w/ an undrivable rig.

Lots of people have them, & if you are confident in your abilities, or have somebody who can do it correctly....go for it!
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