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ok 63s in front and rear and can run hysteer i had to clear this up my friend was saying only rear and wasnt worth it thanks for help ill proly stick with 33s for now
Chevs r the best way to go for a budget. I did my whole rear suspension, including springs, hangers, u bolt flip, shocks, and shock mounts, for 67 bucks total.
i had an 2004 1500 in the shop the other day and it had 3 leaf 63" springs on it. so what is the difference between that and the 77-98 springs
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Don'tcha love it when people tell you what you'll like? I love my 63s; got em from u-pull for about $40; came from some 2wd Chevy/GMC trucks. It's easier to pull the right-side from 2 trucks instead of fighting the fuel tank. Trust me. I've been looking into F150 springs for whatever I build next just to see what the differences are between them and the Chevy springs (besides almost a foot in length).>>Dan
f150 and ruf, I talk to alot of peeps that went this way after chevys because their too long
Hey just wondering what size shocks everyone is using when doing the 63 and the ruf? 12 or 14"?
I run 14s like this /\ in the rear but I think 12s would work too depending on how you mount them.
My rear is mounted like /\ so I'll get some 14 in the rear and 12s with the rufs
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