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still thinking about the roof. i picked up some sheet metal that i'm flopping around on the top as i try to figure out how to proceed. i've got time. the rag still keeps the water out. good thing, 'cause i leave her packed and ready to run.
i seem to have blown out my rear shocks. funny i didn't notice it on my last run- it was bouncy after i finished the last suspension tweaking. there was oil leaking out of both of them. those shocks were made for a mustang(i think- monroe32202 gasmatics). i got some for a ford f150 to replace them(monroe37132 sensatrac). they fit on. i should get more drop out of these. will i kill them too? i never lowered the bump stops, and may be beating them to death. must consider. suzi does does a fair amount of rough work, but i'll bet she only got around 300 miles of trail work out of those 'stang shocks.
-------------------- '89 kick w/some modifications.
suzi the psychic gets me fishing.
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