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Old July 17th, 2010, 01:57 PM   #1
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i need to order my front leaf springs today for my sas. im running a d44 and ill fit 36" tires. so i want 6" lift leaf springs. im running cheby 1/2 ton leafs for the rear but can find anything online to buy for the front except for these. will they work?
http://www.ultimateautoaccessories.c...source=Froogle
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http://www.jcwhitney.com/high-lift-l...questid=371614
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Old July 17th, 2010, 02:04 PM   #2
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If you are fabing all the mounts I don't see why not. You know what the measurements are so you can figure it out.
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If you are fabing all the mounts I don't see why not. You know what the measurements are so you can figure it out.
ya im fabbing all mounts, i just need to know if those will get me at 6" and if theyll be flexy enough or if there going to be stiff b/c there for 1/2 ton
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Chevy leafs are the one of the flatter springs available, depending on the configuration they flex and ride very well and are even used on the s series trucks, I think the center of the s series spring is offset different than the 1/2 ton but you can add and remove leafs as nessicerry to get the height you want plus the size of your shakles will help determine how much lift you get... so like I said, it depends on how you set them up.
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ok so then im thinking these leafs...
http://www.ultimateautoaccessories.c...source=Froogle
edit* fuck those, im getting these lol
http://www.trail-gear.com/leaf-springs

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I bet with the extra leafs it rides like a bitch. I'm running 52" Chevy leafs with 4 leafs (including main leaf) on a saw noma, front and rear.
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