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Unread 02-10-2002, 06:23 PM   #1
Haydonna Matteson
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front axle flip

Me and my Dad bought a 1985 Wagoneer as a project for me to have when I turn 16, but the drive train had been removed. So far we can't afford to get it running but we are trying to get jacked up where it should be. So we pulled the front axle out and had the spring perch cut off and put on the other side of the axle. story short, we gained about 6 inches of lift in the front, so does anyone know what to do with the back without us having to do a bunch of trial and error crap. THANKS

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Unread 02-12-2002, 12:06 AM   #2
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the best way to lift your rearend is add a leafs and blocks, its the cheapest way to gain lift and not have sway problems. and go easy off road ive toasted a few drivelines with the spring over and i just got through my head to have one lengthened, trust me its worth it!
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