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Unread 03-30-2004, 03:35 PM   #1
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nose diving uner breaking

76 cj5 4 inch pro comp lift shackle reverse
problum is it nose dives under hard breaking.
Will adjustable shocks fix this?
any thoughts ideas or fixes please.


Red 76 cj5 258 soon to be 360 t150 4 inch pro comp shackle reverse k&n 2 bbl upgrade 2 1/4 exhaust glasspack
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Unread 03-30-2004, 07:34 PM   #2
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I thought that was just one of the side effects of doing a shackle reversal. Stiffer springs or shocks might help the situation. Also, I think that the angle of the shackles can affect this problem too.
'86 CJ7, 258 w/Mopar MPI, 4.56 gears, rear Detroit/front Truetrac, full cage, OBA, 8274, 4" lift via Alcans/Rancho, 35's on beadlocks, other stuff. Built for rocks, mud is a four letter word.
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