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Mudrunner
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10/20/2007
03:14:30

Subject: drop questions
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alright, heres the deal. I have 01 2wd v6 dak. im going to take my lift off and drop it, try something new. i was putting new brakes on today and the lower caliper bolt hole is stripped. so my question is, how is the spindle drop for the front? i wanted to do 2" coils but this way would be killing 2 birds withone stone sense i have to replace the spindle. also, how do you think a heili-coil could wold in the spindle? im in the marine corps so i dont have many tools with me out here.



OBIO3
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1/04/2008
15:00:31

RE: drop questions
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Ask your striped caliper question in the GENERAL POSTINGS.
Several have had striped caliper bolt holes and fixed them just fine.



Joe Bossie
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1/21/2008
23:11:28

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Hey i have a 99 dakota and good choice for slamming the truck. but its tuff to find spindles. the older square body dakotas have nice spindles all over ebay. but the body style we have it is next to impossible to find them. the smartest way would be to put in coils. and try to tap out the spindle. or get one at a pick-a-part. good luck. but try to salvage the spindle.



skiprt
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6/07/2016
10:56:31

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I just Bought what I thought was an 02 dodge Dakota R/T......
But after further investigation...... Maybe it's just a club cab
Dakota with a 5.9 in it that's been lowered and decaled ????
So I guess my question is :
What is the difference between an factory R/T and a regular
Dakota ???
- SKIP



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