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Old January 16th, 2011, 03:56 PM   #44
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Originally Posted by boggin-machine View Post
why waste the money to straight axle it unless your going to wheel it or seriously work it. you will loose the abs and lift it more then needed for a tow rig duty. i vote for sleeving the tre's and leveling kit with 285
no no no straight axles own all ifs sucks, duh

Originally Posted by 02trailblazin View Post
Bc if I really did need to work it hard then I won't have to worry about the front end falling apart. I like to think ahead and plan on keeping the truck awhile.
you sir deserve a retard badge. What wears out in the ifs on a stock or mildly lifted truck?

Ball joints, tie rod ends, and?

What wears out on EVERY other one ton truck out there? BALL JOINTS, TIE ROD ENDS......

Oh, and what suspension is underneath nearly every 2wd truck 1/2, 3/4, and 1 ton?


Sure, some of the idler arms and things may wear out, but again, not much differently than a straight axle.
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