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stealwings582
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1/24/2003
12:19:45

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Then what if you add a two inch spacer between the upper ball joint and the upper a-arm along with the 2 inch daystar coil spacer? Gives back the travel right?

Wouldn't want any other!

4wDakota
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1/24/2003
12:43:59

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Yes, but your lower ball joints will be 5" from stock, they will be hurting!



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cowboy
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1/24/2003
15:00:51

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hay guys i am working on the lower control arm cradle now. the only hard thing about it is that just putting a piece to bring it down won't work it has to be bolted to the frame rail at another point so that it dosn't move.



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1/24/2003
17:51:22

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ball joints are expensive too. since the 2 inch spacers give three of lift I would apsolutely love 5-6 inches of lift all suspension.

would the extended spindle shown earlier.(thought that was the spindle by the way) correct this problem? as the travel I have now with just the 2 inch coil spacers(no fabtech) doesn't bother me I'm curious of a way to remove stress from the ball jooints If I lift somemore.



stealwings582
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1/24/2003
19:14:44

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What about http://www.truckn-store.com/ lower a-arms? I'm not to happy about there lift kits but they're the only one I can think of that might work.

Wouldn't want any other!

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