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Old 02-18-2007, 04:45 PM
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So the angle on the shock towers works well?
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So the angle on the shock towers works well?
Perfect. Had to attach the coolant overflow up a little higher than it was before, other than that all good.
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Tim, did you have to make new holes to mount them to the frame?
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Tim, did you have to make new holes to mount them to the frame?
yes, almost postive I did drill new holes. Mike's will be in Moab next week, you can take a gander at his I reckon..
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I spy some seriously booger-ific welds on that first post.
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I reused my F-250 shock towers on my project.....except now they harness the rear shocks!
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is bolting them going to be strong enough in the long run for 31 or 33 inch tires?
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I would say yes. You should probably think about running limiting straps and appropriate bumpstops.
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is bolting them going to be strong enough in the long run for 31 or 33 inch tires?
Mine are bolted and have been that way for years, running 37s.
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Like Mr Chilie, my F250 towers are welded to the frame, but have worked great for years!!
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